The Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right in France and Australia: A Populist Hegemony?

Routledge, 9 Μαρ 2016 - 248 σελίδες
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What has led to the recent revival of the extreme right in Western democracies such as France and Australia, and what impact has their success had on mainstream politics? What shift has taken place in recent times as ideas and groups that once were considered marginal and undemocratic have come to play an important part in mainstream politics? This book addresses these key questions by examining the resurgence of the extreme right in France and Australia and explores the history of right-wing groups and their relationship with and impact on mainstream politics. This compelling study on the rise of right-wing parties in two countries with different histories but similar experiences of how mainstream parties campaigned and reacted to the changing political landscape presents a fascinating comparison of the history and political impact of ethno-exclusivist and right-wing populist politics in liberal democracies. A detailed and thorough comparative analysis of parties such as the Front National and One Nation, and the mainstreaming of their discourse by prominent leaders like John Howard and Nicolas Sarkozy, offers new insights on the rise of the contemporary extreme right and how these groups and the ideas they represent have become increasingly mainstream, and perhaps even hegemonic in the current political state.

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Definitions and Clarifications
Introduction to Part I
1 Populist Radical or Extreme?
2 The OverArching Extreme Right Category
3 A Radical Right within the Extreme Right
Conclusion to Part I
PART II RightWing Populism as a Catalyst
6 The Deep Roots of the Populist Rebirth
Conclusion to Part II
PART III The Populist Temptation in Government
Introduction to Part III
7 The Populist Rhetorical Shift
8 The Populist Use of History
9 A Populist Hegemony?

Introduction to Part II
4 The Rise of the Radical Rights
5 Anomaly or Deep Malaise?

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Aurelien Mondon is a Senior Lecturer in politics at the University of Bath. His research focuses predominantly on the impact of racism and populism on liberal democracies and the mainstreaming of far right politics through elite discourse. His first book, The Mainstreaming of the Extreme Right in France and Australia: A Populist Hegemony?, was published in 2013 and he recently co-edited After Charlie Hebdo: Terror, racism and free speech published with Zed. His new book Reactionary democracy: How racism and the populist far right became mainstream, co-written with Aaron Winter, is now out with Verso.

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