Tag: populism

  • Any Cook Can Govern: Populism and Progressivism

    Any Cook Can Govern: Populism and Progressivism

    I have lots of feels and lots of arguments about these two pieces by Peter Levine on an alt-left populism: “pluralist populism” and “separating populism from anti-intellectualism.” (This post on identity politics is also relevant.) Peter even goes so far as to call himself a populist, which is a surprising move to restore the term’s […]

  • Explainer Journalism Needs Better Explanations

    Explainer Journalism Needs Better Explanations

    Corey Robin got some nice jabs in at the current class of younger non-academic pundits a while back: A lot of these pundits and reporters are younger, part of the Vox generation of journalism. Unlike the older generation of journalists, whose calling card was that they know how to pick up a phone and track down a […]