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“Populism’s Dangerous Companions”

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I have a new piece up at Cato Unbound, responding to Stephen Davies’ lead essay on ideological realignment, an essay that explicitly envisions a convergence between market liberalism and the cosmopolitan liberalism of a part of the left in a way that’s pretty congenial to the BHL way of thinking. Published on: December 14, 2018Author: Jacob T. Levy

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I have a new piece up at Cato Unbound, responding to Stephen Davies’ lead essay on ideological realignment, an essay that explicitly envisions a convergence between market liberalism and the cosmopolitan liberalism of a part of the left in a way that’s pretty congenial to the BHL way of thinking.

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Author: Jacob T. Levy
Jacob T. Levy
Jacob T. Levy is the Tomlinson Professor of Political Theory at McGill University. He writes on federalism, freedom of association, indigenous peoples, constitutional theory, and Enlightenment political thought.

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