Radical Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe

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Springer, Sep 12, 1994 - Political Science - 226 pages
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Studies the new West European parties of the radical populist right, arguing that, in distancing themselves from the reactionary politics of the traditional extremist right, these parties have become a significant challenge to the established structure and politics of West European democracy today.
 

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Radical right-wing populism in Western Europe

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A specter is haunting Europe-again! This time it is the specter of radical right-wing movements with their populism, resentments, anti-immigrant phobias, and anti-statism. This comprehensive academic ... Read full review

Contents

Resentment as Politics
37
Immigration and Xenophobia 69
68
The Two Faces of Radical RightWing Populism
107
The Social Bases of Political Resentment
141
Political Conflict in the Age of Social Fragmentation
169
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