use populist in a sentence.
Tea Party is not populist.
Are you saying we have a populist system today?
In Europe, 'populist' is basically the lowbrow version of 'demagogue'.
And just as fast as the first populist post went up, up goes another one...
They want to look like they're "doing something" and in the process keep the populists happy.
There is the possibility that despite the populist rancor, no actual laws were broken.
If you want to refer to a populist pejoratively, you call them a demagogue.
What if you don't represent a populist movement and your views don't cater to the masses?
This is coming from the Daily Mail, one of the most populist and generally poorly-researched papers in the UK (which has a glut of populist and poorly-researched papers).
The inclusion of the word 'populist' in this post confuses me.
Immigration policy by the US is, and has been for the past 200 years, determined by populist racial attitudes.
So it's a populist note on which to leave.
Some technologies are inherently populist, while others are authoritarian.
I think defining an artform is populist.
To put it shortly, Castro is a Communist and Chavez is an opportunistic populist proto-dictator.