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A Lesson from Hungary
The Economic Origins of Populist Support

In both Hungary and the United States, the primary factor driving a resurgence in populism is not racism: it’s the economy, stupid.

Published on: February 22, 2018
Maria Snegovaya is a PhD student in Political Science at Columbia University and a regular contributor to Russian and U.S. journals. This piece is derived from findings in her doctoral dissertation.
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