Corbyn’s Labour and the populism question

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 3 (2017)

Corbyn’s Labour and the populism question
Bice Maiguashca, Jonathan Dean, pages -

Abstract

It’s now common to hear Corbynism described as ‘populist’. But if we examine the core characteristics of populism, we find Corbynism bears only a very superficial resemblance to populist movements. This framing often functions as an attempt to delegitimise any political view lying outside the centre-ground of politics, and should be resisted. 

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Bice Maiguashca, Jonathan Dean (2017) Corbyn’s Labour and the populism question, Renewal, 25(3), -

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