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International Journal of Urban and Regional Research – Spotlight on
Until recently, populist authoritarian movements have tended to conform to a familiar geographic split, in which their strongest supporters were found in rural areas, and both their discursive political enemies and most virulent political opposition have been located in cities. [However,] the location of populist support and of the heroes and villains singled out by these new right-wing leaders appear to be deviating from this traditional geographic pattern. In countries such as the Philippines, Brazil, and Turkey, right-wing authoritarian movements have been drawing much of their populist support from the very urban elites that once served as their political foils.
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