‘Populism’: Bailouts, Brexit and battling rapid climate change | CBC Radio


Populism, Bailouts, Brexit and optimism about battling rapid climate change.

“How did the middle class end up in perpetual debt? Why is there “no money” for infrastructure or social programs, but there is for waging war? And what does all this have to do with Donald Trump, or Brexit, or climate change?”

Some interesting information from Mark Blyth a respected political scientist and economist originally from Scotland. It is about the rise of populism, central banks, globalism and related. You may or may not agree with everything he says but it is hard to ignore the core of what he is saying in this


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1 Response to ‘Populism’: Bailouts, Brexit and battling rapid climate change | CBC Radio

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