KOMMONSENTSJANE – Victor Davis Hanson: Dueling Populisms

Hoover Institution

Dear Friend,

Populism is nothing new to world history. While it can be easy to think about American politics as being divided between the Left and the Right, the reality is much different. What we’ve really been seeing is two sets of populist backlash against both the Democrat and Republican establishment.

Hoover Digest
Summer Edition 2022
And believe it or not, these tensions actually trace their roots back to Roman times.

That’s why I’m sending you this email today.

I want to make sure you get a free copy of one of our popular eBooks: Dueling Populisms by Victor Davis Hanson.

Hanson is a Hoover Senior Fellow and world-renowned historian, and I think you’ll get a lot out of his insights. Inside this important eBook, you’ll learn more about:

What we can expect from a political climate ruled by movements that rebel against both the establishment—and each other.
The important parallels between these ancient movements and their modern counterparts in both progressive and conservative populism.
What lies ahead for America as we revive these ancient tensions in our culture.
You can get your free copy of Dueling Populisms using this secure link: https://resources.hoover.org/dueling-populisms-signup/.

And please feel free to share this with your family and friends. It’s important that we recall the voices of experience and apply them to contemporary conflicts and challenges.

You can use this link to get access to your free eBook right now.



Greg Stamps | Online Development

Hoover Institution | Stanford University



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