neopopulist

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

neo- +‎ populist

Noun[edit]

neopopulist (plural neopopulists)

  1. A supporter of neopopulism.
    • 2007 January 7, Deirdre Mcnamer, “They Came From Montana”, New York Times:
      But only if one forgets that Mr. Tester is 50 years old, he’s seasoned in state politics, he ran a canny, gloves-off campaign, and he’s the kind of charismatic, hard-to-peg, Western neopopulist (like his friend, Gov. Brian Schweitzer of Montana) who might be, even now, redefining in certain far-reaching ways what it means to be a Democrat.