In politics, it’s all about having the right enemy
The assumption in every case—French, American, and British—is that populist demagogues are now easier to beat than traditional right-wing politicians. Maybe that’s true, but all three countries are a long way from Chile.
In Chile, the left-wing candidate, Gabriel Boric, won the Dec. 19 presidential election after it came out that the father of far-right candidate was a Nazi. Flickr photograph courtesy of Mediabanco Agencia