The Tragic Irony of Populism

The tragic irony of populism is that once-productive, government wary anti-authoritarianism and community localism can distort into exclusionary, us-them suspicion of the “deep state” and “outsiders,” ending us at racist violence and the Jan. 6 riot at the US Capitol Building. Read more here

Sam Perry, Marcia Pally, Dave Davis on White Evangelical Populism

Click here: Sam Parry, co-author with Phil Gorski, of The Flag and the Cross, Pastor Dave Davis, and Marcia Pally, author of White Evangelicals and Right Wing Populism: How Did We Get Here? talk about Christianity, the political right, and the future of America; hosted by the Telos Group.