Eva Eloise, a world-renowned sociologist, recently settled in France after living and teaching for thirty years in Israel. Faced with the rise of nationalist populism plaguing democracies, it sought to answer the great conundrum of our time: How can governments that have no qualms about exacerbating social inequalities enjoy the support of those whose choices matter most?
In an original and fascinating article, Passions Against Democracy, published by Prime Minister Barali, she invites us to consider the weight of the influences that cross the political sphere and the way populists manipulate them. As the crisis intensifies in Israel, the French-Israeli thinker analyzes this great danger to the Opus family.
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