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Latino Australia? A radical leftist populism may be lying in wait

14 February 2023

11:28 AM

14 February 2023

11:28 AM

According to the common narrative, the spectre of rightist authoritarianism has haunted the West since 2016. For as is usually understood, Brexit and the emergence of Donald Trump, Marine Le Pen, and their ilk was a portent of a dark anti-democratic future to come. Their vanquishing thus saved us from fascism and the inevitable return of you know who.

Be this as it all may, American writer Scott Greer informs us that such a notion suffers a crucial deficit.

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