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Populism is not a dirty word

Toronto Sun: 'When Canada’s liberal chattering classes accuse Poilievre of “populism” what they really fear is that he’s — by their definition — a “right-wing” populist, with an authoritarian streak.

'As if there’s no “left-wing” populism with an authoritarian streak, that seeks to limit the free speech of ordinary Canadians.

'Left-wing populists argue the difference between them and right-wing populists is that their populism is based on “hope” and the expansion of rights, while right-wing populism is based on “fear” and the contraction of rights.'

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