Elections Open the Door in the Moment and into the Future
Updated: March 20, 2017
Elections open the doors and windows for the expression of social mood -- those expressions are obviously specific to the moment, yet "elections have consequences" into the future as well.
Populism, nationalism, anti-establishment sentiment and the like have been unfolding before our eyes around the world. It's really, really important to understand the trend.
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