The Populist-Prosperity Paradox
The prevailing narrative used to explain political populism in the West is that some element of globalization is pushing voters to embrace right-wing, anti-establishment parties. But as Dalia Marin of the Center for Economic and Policy Research argues, that can't explain why populists are gaining strength in Germany.
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