Populism is an inherent element of democracy. The populist politician, the one who seeks to stir up the embers of social fears in order to rise, has always been part of its landscape. But when populism becomes the political project of a party that enjoys an audience among its citizens, it ceases to be an individual resource for concentrating outstanding political power and becomes a deadly threat to democracy.
This is the issue of our time and this book aspires to confront it from a total geography, thus filling an evident gap in the international bibliography of populism. It also aspires to be a voice for the international spanish language academy and to make a valuable and differentiated contribution.
|TÍTULO:||Geografía del populismo (2ª ed.)|
|AUTOR:||Coord. Ángel Rivero, Javier Zarzalejos y Jorge del Palacio. Prefacio de Enrique Krauze|