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As Walter Russell Mead, my boss over at The American Interest, has noted, Jacksonians characteristically emphasize anti-elitism and egalitarianism while drawing a sharp distinction between members of the folk group and those outside it.
The tsarist and Soviet styles collide; monarchism and elitism are imposed on the industrial, the everyday.
But the change in graduation practices also says much about our conflicted feelings about elitism and competition.
There were accusations of elitism and claims that Eric hated French-Canadians, and the controversy came to define him as much as his talent did.
The diabolical forces of progressivism, elitism and liberal social injustice have claimed another victim.
Macron — who has always been careful to position himself above partisanship, even as a former economy minister in a Socialist administration — has tapped into the anti-elitism that is a core theme of populist politicians, Hazareesingh noted.
And while Pelosi may connote liberalism to many, in much of the country, her brand is quite the opposite -- reflecting an elitism that can hurt Democrats on Election Day.
This cannot be just a small enclave of elitism that is not integrated into the broader San Diego region.
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