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Response to Romulox (Reply #13)

Wed May 30, 2012, 05:17 PM

14. I did all the highlighting whether it was about economics, immigration, welfare, nationalism vs.

internationalism and the various terms that the author thought were more descriptive of those parties than simply calling them "far-right".

I think their policies in the areas of economics (nationalist and anti-globalist) and the safety net (supportive, if in a nativist way) are what makes it questionable to simplistically call them "far-right". That was the point of the article.

Do you not agree that they differ from the right wing in the US in those policy areas?

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