Transformations of populism in Europe and the Americas : history and recent tendencies / lead editor John Abromeit ; co-editors Bridget María Chesterton, Gary Marotta and York Norman.

London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016.
1 online resource.
Populism -- Europe -- History.
Populism -- America -- History.
Political participation -- Europe -- History.
Political participation -- America -- History.
Political culture -- Europe -- History.
Political culture -- America -- History.
Social change -- Europe -- History.
Social change -- America -- History.
Europe -- Politics and government.
America -- Politics and government.
Editors' introduction
Part I. New historical perspectives on populism
Section I. Right-wing populism and the rise of national socialism in Germany
Peter Fritzsche - The role of "the people" and the rise of the Nazis
Geoff Eley - Conservatives...radical nationalists...fascists : calling the people into politics, 1890-1930
Larry Eugene Jones - Germany's conservative elites and the problem of political mobilization in the Weimar Republic
Section II. Populism in the Balkans from the late nineteenth century to the present
Mark Biondich - Nationalism and populism in the Balkans : the case of Croatia
Nenad Stefanov - The people as a "happening" : constellations of populism in Serbia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
York Norman - Alija Izetbegović's Islamic declaration and populism in Bosnia
Section III. Transformations of populism in the U.S. in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Gary Marotta - Richard Hofstadter's populist problem and his identity as a Jewish intellectual
Charles Postel - The American populist and anti-populist legacy
Ronald Formisano - Populist movements in U.S. history : progressive and reactionary
Section IV. Populism in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1920-1960
Gillian McGillivray and Thomas Rogers - Populism in the circum-Caribbean, 1920s-1950s
Joel Wolfe - Populist discourses, developmentalist policies : rethinking mid-twentieth century Brazilian politics
Matthew Karush - Populism as an identity : four propositions on Peronism
Bridget Chesterton - Performing populism in Paraguay : Febrerismo on stage in the works of Correa and Ruffinelli, 1933-1943
Part II. Historical theories of populism
John Abromeit - Transformations of Producerist populism in Western Europe
Mark Loeffler - Populists and parasites : on Producerist reason
Part III. Recent tendencies in populist movements in Latin America, Europe, and the US
Cas Mudde - Populist radical-right parties in Europe today
Peter Breiner - Ideologies of economic populism in America and their subversion by the Right
Carlos de La Torre - The contested meanings of democratic and populist revolutions in Latin America.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Abromeit, John, 1970- editor.
Chesterton, Bridget María, 1973- editor.
Marotta, Gary (Gary Michael), editor.
Norman, York, editor.
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