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Introduction: Thinking Fascism and Populism in Terms of the Past
1. What Is Fascism in History?
2. What Is Populism in History?
3. Populism between Democracy and Dictatorship
Epilogue: Populism Recharged
Federico Finchelstein is Professor of History at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College in New York City. He is the author of several books, including Transatlantic Fascism and The Ideological Origins of the Dirty War. He contributes to major American, European, and Latin American media, including the New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, Mediapart, Politico, Clarin, Nexos, and Folha de S.Paulo.
"From Fascism to Populism in History serves the important purpose
of reminding us that populism was in evidence throughout the
twentieth century, especially in Latin America, and thus is a
global phenomenon of long standing." * Survival: Global Politics
and Strategy *
"This is . . . more than a history of connections; it is an essaying of world trends, of multiple echoes of various histories with specific local resonances, simultaneously echoes and voices." * American Historical Review *
"Finchelstein combines original research on many countries with a superb synthesis and critical examination of the literature on fascism and populism. A short review cannot do justice to his provocative insights. . . . Timely and fascinating." * Hispanic American Historical Review *
"A timely and commendable analysis." * The Quarterly Review *
"Federico Finchelstein defies this overcrowded field and presents a historical account of the roots of populism that offers a fresh take on what has become common understanding in the fields of history, sociology, and political science. ... essential for students of contemporary politics, political ideologies and political sociology." * Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology *