OTHER WORDS FROM Populisman·ti-Pop·u·lism, noun
Examples from the Web for populism
In addition to his temperamental aversion to populism, Roosevelt also had a practical reason to be cautious.The GOP’s Last Identity Crisis Remade U.S. Politics|Michael Wolraich|July 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This populism has left little room for Hamdeen Sabahi, the only other candidate in the election.Egypt Prepares to Anoint a Dictator and Call it an Election|Jesse Rosenfeld|May 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Popularity is taking its rightful place in the great American tradition of populism.
Polls show strong public support for many of the ideas that make up this populism.
That might leave some liberal ideologues cold, but it is a populism that produces results.
During the past year the great political change from Republicanism to Populism had taken place in Kansas.
The capture of the Democracy by the forces of free silver gave the death blow to Populism.The Agrarian Crusade|Solon J. Buck
The individualism of the Kentucky pioneer of 1796 was giving way to the Populism of the Kansas pioneer of 1896.The Frontier in American History|Frederick Jackson Turner
The mission of Populism did not end when free silver had been driven like a wedge into all the parties.The New Nation|Frederic L. Paxson
Armies and navies hold back the waves of populism and democracy.
British Dictionary definitions for populism
Cultural definitions for populism
The belief that greater popular participation in government and business is necessary to protect individuals from exploitation by inflexible bureaucracy and financial conglomerates. “Power to the people” is a famous populist slogan.