Donald Warren

Donald Warren is a political sociologist and author.

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  • February 1995

    Austria's Populist Face

    European nations are seeing their cultural if not their actual borders weakened by multiculturalism and the process known as "McDonaldization." But Austrians, in contrast to their neighbors in Germany where status quo politics are the order of the day, are avidly protesting the corruption, incompetence, and slack enforcement of immigration restrictions characteristic of the "Grand Coalition".

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  • February 1994

    Canadian Populism: Alive and Well

    "October Revolution" is probably an apt description of Canada's 1993 parliamentary elections, as the month marked the enthronement of a left-oriented political establishment and the ejection of the ruling Conservatives.

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  • The Populist Politics of Austria
    November 1993

    The Populist Politics of Austria

    In this small nation's elegant capital in November 1992, newspaper headlines bannering the Clinton presidential victory temporarily displaced the local story of the moment: a decisive political coup by Jörg Haider, leader of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ).

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  • April 1993

    Ross Perot and Middle American Radicalism

    For a few moments during last year's presidential election, it appeared that the American two-party system was headed for a meltdown. As the ineffectual Bush campaign drew to its merciful close, the resurgence of support for Ross Perot defied every principle of professional political punditry.

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  • The Revolt of the Nonvoter
    November 1992

    The Revolt of the Nonvoter

    On November 3, 1992, the most surprising news will not be who has won the presidential election, but whether a majority of the 186 million Americans eligible to do so will have voted.

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  • October 1992

    A New European Identity

    In Europe today there is a youthful yearning for a new genesis and a desire to overcome the legacy of World War II.

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  • September 1992

    The Populist Challenge to Multiculturalism

    It evoked descriptions of Andrew Jackson's inaugural festivities. Thousands crowded the sweeping marble entrance ramp, stranger pressing against stranger, enthusiastic and excited in the bright cold of a late October day.

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