Philip O. Ceallaigh

translator of the book “For Two Thousand Years"

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For writer Philip O. Ceallaigh, President Trump’s rhetoric is reminiscent of Karl Lueger, who was mayor of Vienna from 1897 until he died in 1910.

How populism led to the erosion of democracy: Lessons from Vienna 100 years ago

For writer Philip O. Ceallaigh, President Trump’s rhetoric is reminiscent of Karl Lueger, who was mayor of Vienna from 1897 until he died in 1910.

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