Jan-Werner Müller is the kind of pugnacious. This German who teaches political theory at Princeton does not loose its subject. In this case, the populism and the "democracies illiberal" that have nothing of democratic. Four years ago, in what is Populism ?,it showed the need not to refuse to debate with these populists, not to drape himself in the contempt sterile and counter-productive posted by some liberal elites. Him, he descends into the arena. It is not one of those who believe that democracy would be there, intangible, immarcescible, for a thousand years.
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