Left-wing populism

a political ideology that combines left-wing politics and populist rhetoric and themes

Left-wing populism, also called social populism, is a political ideology that is a combination of left-wing politics with populist. They believe in anti-elitism, are against the Establishment and speak for the "common people".[1]

They support ideas that are economic democracy, social justice, and anti-globalization.[2][3]

They are also against capitalism and military intervention.[4]

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  1. Albertazzi and McDonnell, p. 123.
  2. Zaslove, Andrej (June 2008). "Here to Stay? Populism as a New Party Type". European Review. 16 (3): 319–336. doi:10.1017/S1062798708000288. S2CID 145702059.
  3. Roth, Silke (17 April 2018). "Introduction: Contemporary Counter-Movements in the Age of Brexit and Trump". Sociological Research Online. 23 (2): 496–506. doi:10.1177/1360780418768828.
  4. Hartleb, Florian (2004). Rechts- und Linkspopulismus. Eine Fallstudie anhand von Schill-Partei und PDS [Right and left populism. A case study based on Schill Party and PDS] (in German). Wiesbaden. p. 162.