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Suzanne Berger

appeared in 1950, and the Frankfurt School’s analysis of the psychological and social roots of right-wing populism and fascism had impact far beyond academia. Two influential books that appeared at the end of the 1950s, Seymour Martin Lipset’s Political

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After the Party

Trump, Le Pen, and the New Normal

Anne Sa’adah

line of incomprehension lies not between countries, but down the middle of each. An arguably common but imperfectly understood political phenomenon—“right-wing populism”—has left its uneasy observers, both inside and outside the academy, at a loss to

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Sophie Meunier

the needs of those at greatest risk of losing out as France adjusts to a globalizing economy. The political costs of these choices are rising, as the growing strength of right-wing populism has revealed. No “artist of politics” Another important strand