Words of the year: Right, Left and Populist

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December 22, 2010
The Nation
by Leslie Savan  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"For decades now, there’s been a gap between the left’s and the right’s ability to talk populist. Liberals tend to trip over their own subtlety, uncertainty and/or ambivalence (an example of which you maybe just read), while the right produces categorical words that stick: media elite, death tax, and of course Democrat as an adjective, emphasis on rat. And 2010 was no different." (12/21/10)


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