Five hundred years may separate the reformation of Martin Luther and the nationalist/populist surge currently taking place in Western Europe, but there are strong connections between the two. On this show, John Feffer, co-director of Foreign Policy In Focus, describes some remarkable similarities. And America’s current right wing populists also share some qualities. Like anger and mistrust at central power and bringing decision making back to those most affected. My question is where is the traditional American left populist movement? Many useful lessons are to be learned.

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