The right is on the rise—and we need fresh thinking about it. The first of those propositions shouldn’t be especially controversial. From Donald Trump’s successful takeover of the Republican Party to the Brexit vote, from the popularity of Viktor Orban’s explicitly antiliberal agenda in Hungary to the electoral collapse of the traditional parties of the center-left and center-right in France, ours is a time when right-wing ideas and aspirations, long thought dead and buried, have been resurrected. They are vying for political power, shaping agendas, and forming alliances across borders. It is one of most noteworthy—and troubling—facts about our historical moment.
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