Populism in Place: The Economic Geography of the Globalization Backlash

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A populist backlash to globalization has ushered in nationalist governments and challenged core features of the Liberal International Order. Although startling in scope and urgency, the populist wave has been developing in declining regions of wealthy countries for some time. Lawrence Broz discusses these trends across the United States and Europe, and demonstrates that populist support is strongest in communities that experienced long-term economic and social decline.

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