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Journal for the Study of Radicalism 16, no. 2
edited by Arthur Versluis
Michigan State University Press Journals, 2022
Paper: 978-1-68430-176-8

In This Issue

Editors’ Introduction
Andreas Eder-­Ramsauer, Seongcheol Kim, and Andy Knott

Special Issue
The Democratic Limits of Populist Politics
Mark Devenney

Populism or the European Condition?
Emmy Eklundh and Henrique Tavares Furtado

Theory after Practice: Revisiting Populism and Hegemony
Andy Knott

Populism and Governance: A Study of West Bengal Politics, 1975–­2016
Ayan Das and Debajit Goswami

Lessons for Left-­Wing Populism from the 2010s Austerity Wave in Europe: Dispatches from the Case of Syriza
Panos Panayotu

Yamamoto Tarō and Reiwa Shinsengumi: Love, Populism, and Radical Democracy for a Neoliberal Japan
Andreas Eder-­Ramsauer

Between Radical Democracy and Left Populism on the Margins: Protest Politics and Organization in the Left Front (Russia) and the Left Opposition (Ukraine)
Seongcheol Kim

Weaponizing Masculinity: Populism and Gendered Stories of Victimhood
Alexandra Homolar and Georg Löfflmann

Duterte’s “War on Drugs” Rhetoric: Consolidating Power through Penal Populism
Lena Muhs

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