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Jason Frank

Jason Frank is the Robert J. Katz Chair of Government at Cornell University, where he teaches political theory. He is the author of Constituent Moments: Enacting the People in Postrevolutionary America, Publius and Political Imagination, and the editor of A Political Companion to Herman Melville. 

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The charge of populism says at least as much about those making it as it does about their opponents.

Jason Frank

Populism’s imperfect past can point to better paths forward.

Jason Frank