How Populism Dies: Political Weaknesses of Personalistic Plebiscitarian Leadership
Kurt Weyland examines the weaknesses of populist leadership. He argues that populist leaders are prone to errors and misdeeds, have difficulty dealing with other political forces, and face institutional and external constraints. Consequently, he concludes, they damage and suffocate democracy not as easily and frequently as recent observers have feared.
Constraining Dictatorship: From Personalized Rule to Institutionalized Regimes, Anne Meng Reviewed by Kurt Weyland
Authoritarianism and the Elite Origins of Democracy, Michael Albertus and Victor Menaldo Reviewed by Kurt Weyland
Challenging Neoliberalism in Latin America, Eduardo Silva Reviewed by Kurt Weyland
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