The new authoritarianism sweeping through liberal democracies increasingly justifies parallels with the 1930s. Now, like then, electorates face multiple insecurities: a lack of decent work, crumbling welfare systems, widening inequalities and rapidly changing migration patterns. And now, like then, there is little faith in the capacity of governments to address those issues, seeing them commonly […]
Justin Reynolds is a writer and designer living in Suffolk, England. He is a Sceptical Scot contributing editor.