Brexit: Long-brewing revolt against globalization feeds economic, political chaos
Public resentment because of stalled careers and uncertain futures, as exemplified in the Brexit decision and the popularity in the U.S. of Donald Trump, is deeply rooted and powerful.
Presumptive U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and U.K. Leave campaigner Boris Johnson. The populist discontent buoying Trump and fanning revolt in Britain appears to be a largely destructive movement fed by frustration, impatience, and intolerance, writes Les Whittington. Flickr photographs by Gage Skidmore and Andrew Parsons/ i-Images