Loris Zanatta

Il populismo in America Latina. Il volto moderno di un immaginario antico

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Starting from a historical reconstruction of the phenomenon in Latin America, the author centers the ideological core of Latin American Populism in the persistence of an ancient social imagery: the centrality of the people understood as organic community that counters liberal-democratic institutions in the name of organicistic instances. The author concludes by individuating the three elements that make Latin America the home of Populism: a strong social fragmentation, a vital holistic imagery, the peripheral charachter of Latin American modernization.


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