Pankaj Mishra

Author, "Age of Anger: A History of the Present”

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Author, "Age of Anger: A History of the Present”

Pankaj Mishra on KCRW

These days, there’s populist anger behind Donald Trump’s election, anger against immigrants and refugees. There’s ISIS and terrorism. If all this seems unprecedented, it isn’t.

Today's anger rooted in Enlightenment ideas of democracy

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