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'''Populist''' historically is a label used to describe certain candidates and public figures with popular appeal outside the norms acceptable to the establishment political class and its supportive [[mainstream media]].
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Populism and [[Progressivism]], while sometimes have gone hand in hand, remain two distinct notions. Fundamentally, populism is [[democracy|democratic]], even if at times it has a wrongheaded approach, as can occur; whereas Progressivism is fundamentally anti-democratic and the road to [[technocracy]] and [[authoritarianism]].
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No better distinction can be seen in the modern era than between the [[mainstream]] populist [[Donald Trump]], and the progressive populist [[Bernie Sanders]].
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[[Category:Political Terms]]
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