Right-wing populism

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Right-wing populism is the modern right-wing nationalism which has emerged in Europe and the United States in the 21st century, in Brazil in 2018. Particularly in the United States, in the person of Donald Trump, it has attracted substantial working class support, particularly among white, unskilled workers.

Hungary and Philippines have Right-wing populist governments.[1]

Notes and references

  1. "Bolsonaro wins Brazilian presidency" article by Anthony Faiola and Marina Lopes in The Washington Post October 28, 2018