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the end of the 19th century. progressive, rooted in community. there's george wallace. there's a right-wing populism to put it crudely, and there is a progressive, left democratic populism. a see donald trump as repository of reactionary populism. bernie sanders is a progressive populist who is not -- he is about inclusiveness i's about taking on big corporations on behalf of the underdogs, whether they're in the blue states or the red states or the purple states. i think there is a progressive populism. they're seeing an ascendance of populism, obviously with donald trump but around the world and in europe elections loom large in france, the netherlands and even in germany. so i think how do we rebuild it? i write a weekly column for "the washington post."com. and i wrote a column on the eve of the election, a progressive's response to trumpism. and i do think that progressives have to respond to he anger of working people brown, white, all people, working people, against an establishment which has not listened to working people for some close to 40 years. we've seen an epic fai
, rooted in community. george wallace. right-wing populism, to put it crudely. reactionary populism. and there is a progressive, left democratic populism. you see donald trump is a repository. bernie sanders is a progressive populist who is not -- he doesn't turn to division and scapegoating. it's about inclusivity. about taking on the corporations on behalf of the underdog. blue states, red states, or purple states. i think that there is a progressive populism. we are seeing an ascendancy of -- ascendancy of reactionary populism with donald trump, and around the world, europe, as elections loom large, in france, the netherlands, or even germany . how do we rebuild progressive populism? i write a weekly column for "the washington post," and it was the progressive response to trumpism and i do think that progressives ofe to respond to the anger alling people around -- people, working people, against an establishment that has not listened to working people for close to 40 years. we have seen an epic fail of the elites in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, 2009. without speaking
the end of the 19th century, progressive rooted in community george wallace , a right wing politics-- populace and there's a progressive left democraticis a pro populism.mo qc donald trump is a repository of reactionary populism. bernie sanders is a progressive populist whot doesn't turn to division and scapegoating. it's about inclusivity. is about taking on big corporations on behalf of the underdogs whether they are in the blue states are the red states or the purple states, so i think there is a progressive populism. we see reactionaryre populism obviously with donald trump, but around the world and in europe as elections this year loom large whether it's in france or the netherlands or even germany, so how do weol rebuild the progressive populism and i write a weekly call for the "washington post".com. and i wrote a: the eve of election of a progressive response to trump is him and i think the progressive have to respond to the anger of working people, brown, white, all people working people against an establishment that has not listened to working people for closeor to 40 year
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