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Books

 
 

Books

 
 
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Populist Parties and the Failure of the Political Elites
2016 Peter Lang

Adamson analyses the reasons behind the electoral success of European right-wing populist parties. Using the Austrian Freedom Party under Joerg Haider as a case study and with a richness of primary material, he argues that their success is only partly caused by "racism". It is also, and more prominently, the result of populism - i.e. a critique of the "elite".

 
 

 
 
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The Trojan Horse
2017 PostDiversity Press

Diversity and multiculturalism, it is claimed, are progressive ideas emanating from the left. Any critique, therefore, is deemed reactionary and racist. Yet is this true? In order to find an answer to these questions, Adamson has studied the influence of multiculturalism on universities.