FROM Christopher Schuetze
Trumpism in the Netherlands: The Rise of Geert Wilders A right-wing challenge to centuries of liberal tradition in the Netherlands. Dutch far right Party for Freedom (PVV) leader Geert Wilders campaigns for the 2017 Dutch election in Spijkenisse, a suburb of Rotterdam, Netherlands. Photo by Michael Kooren/Reuters The Netherlands is traditionally one of Europe's most liberal countries, with centuries of welcoming immigrants and tolerating diverse religions. Now, a one-man political party — who lives under police protection — has deployed social media to become a strong candidate to be Prime Minister with a platform that will sound familiar to Americans. Christopher Schuetze, who contributes to the New York Times from his base in the Netherlands, introduces us to Geert Wilders .
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