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Topic: Anti-establishment populism

Anti-establishment populism refers to a political movement that challenges and rejects the traditional power structures and institutions of society, often appealing to the concerns and frustrations of ordinary citizens.

More on: Anti-establishment populism

The podcast episodes provided demonstrate how anti-establishment populism has become a prominent force in U.S. politics, with segments of both the Republican and Democratic parties embracing this sentiment.

The episodes feature discussions around the rise of populist, anti-establishment figures like Rep. Burlison, Javier Milei, and RFK Jr., as well as the tactics used by fringe factions within the Republican Party to extract concessions from the party establishment.

The episodes also touch on how anti-establishment, populist messaging and online conspiracy theories have gained traction with some voters who feel disenchanted with mainstream institutions and the political status quo.

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