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A not so silent revolution: The new power of old divides in European politics

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1rst lines: The traditional left-right divide which shaped political competition across Europe in the post-war period is increasingly being supplanted by new patterns of competition. Drawing on the experience of the 2019 European Parliament elections, Anja Durovic, Caterina Froio, Gilles Ivaldi, Sarah de Lange, Nonna Mayer and Jan Rovny explain that one of the more interesting developments is the way that old divides have taken on new meaning in European politics. Urban-rural, education and gender divisions are now key elements in the split between urban cosmopolitanism, represented by Green or Liberal parties, and more peripherally concentrated nativist traditionalism, represented by the radical right.
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hal-02317952 , version 1 (16-10-2019)

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Anja Durovic, Caterina Froio, Gilles Ivaldi, Sarah de Lange, Nonna Mayer, et al.. A not so silent revolution: The new power of old divides in European politics. 2019. ⟨hal-02317952⟩
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