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by Karl G. Trautman
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Social Sciences
  • Author:
    Karl G. Trautman
  • ISBN:
    0275960234
  • ISBN13:
    978-0275960230
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  • Publisher:
    Praeger (November 30, 1997)
  • Pages:
    264 pages
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    Social Sciences
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The New Populist Reader has been added to your Cart. KARL G. TRAUTMAN is Instructor of Political Science at Lansing Community College and Washtenaw Community College.

The New Populist Reader has been added to your Cart. He received a P. in political science from the University of Hawaii in 1992.

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The New Populist Reader. If you have bought this book for a political science class, you may be wondering what a "new" populist is. One cannot answer that inquiry without first understanding what populism is. At its most basic notion, populism is symbolized by political movements, sometimes represented by charismatic individuals, interest groups, political parties, and politicians.

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This is the only book on American Politics which outlines this trend. Using primary sources and analyses from government and the media, the book examines the many aspects from all points of the political spectrum, of populism. It is divided into three sections, covering economic, cultural, and governmental populism.

KARL G. TRAUTMAN is Chairperson of the Social Science Department at. .

Phil Jones, Retired CBS News Correspondent, and Contributing Correspondent, PBS Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly. Trautman s work is a careful analysis of the often-contentious embrace of the underdog by the Democratic Party. Casting itself in this role has resulted historically in opening the party to a wide-variety of differing interests, personalities, and styles.

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The editor of this work argues that the contemporary American political scene is increasingly driven by populist demands. This is the only book on American Politics which outlines this trend. Using primary sources and analyses from government and the media, the book examines the many aspects from all points of the political spectrum, of populism. It is divided into three sections, covering economic, cultural, and governmental populism. Each section contains unique stories, told through informative reporting, reasoned analysis, and passionate oratory. Freed from the traditional ideological conceptions of American politics, this work allows the reader to understand the diverse nature of contemporary populism.