Demagoguery and Democracy
by Patricia Roberts-Miller Author
What is demagoguery, why is it dangerous, and how do we spot it? That's the question tackled in clear, pointed language in this small, mighty political science tear-down of the charismatic, prejudiced panderers who can only rise to power with our implicit consent, even (especially?) if we don't see ourselves as the type of people to fall for their crap. The author points out patterns in how fascist governments rise, and how we can spot them and stop them.
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