Seizing The Pulpit On `America's New Populism'
Historically, populism in America has often been associated with the knee-jerk reactions of a disenfranchised electorate ("America's new populism," Cover Story, Mar. 13). However, today's dissent stems from government's seeming inability to carry out the mandates of its electors rather than a bigoted attempt to return America to the past.
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