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  • noun Plural form of neopopulist.


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  • They have attacked what are pejoratively called "neopopulists" – people who say the middle class is under siege.

    Economic Inequality Is Real (Bad) 2007

  • But the point is everyone is seeing an increase, so quit complaining if inequity persists, you whiny neopopulists.

    Celeste Whiting: Defending the New Gilded Age--The Audacity of Privilege 2008

  • First, that middle class anxiety is real and serious and profound, but that the neopopulists -- and we'll come back to that -- but that the neopopulists often mis - diagnose the causes and the cures, but that conservatives, in fact, ignore middle class anxiety and think the market will take care of itself.

    CNN Transcript Feb 13, 2007 2007

  • Your report says, quote, "We perceive the middle class is struggling" -- if we could show that -- "We perceive the middle class is struggling to get ahead, not, as the neopopulists argue, struggling to get by."

    CNN Transcript Feb 13, 2007 2007


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