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The back of Berlusconi: Is this the end of populism in Europe?

Luigi Guiso, Helios Herrera, Massimo Morelli, 25 January 2012

What good might come from Europe’s crisis? Profligate governments in Italy and Greece, while pandering to the masses, have left their countries with crippling debt. This column draws parallels with Latin America and argues that the current hardship may sound a death knell for populism in southern Europe, as it has elsewhere.

Full Article: The back of Berlusconi: Is this the end of populism in Europe?

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// oAnth - IMHO extremely weak, but an outstanding example, how to miss a good chance to characterise the turn from media orientated populism  to media orientated strict authoritarianism.
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