It is therefore clear that Jászi’s populism fits not only into the Kulcsár’s framework, but also into the conceptual net created by Mudde, Müller and Pappas, because primarily he spoke about the corrupt elite and the pure people. But we can also say that Jászi and his movement’s character is not the same as todays populist movement’s character. Thus, we should create, and that’s my main suggestion, a new concept of the Central-Easter-European progressive populism: they are that kind of movements, which want to modernize their societies, based on endogenous development and inside factors and somehow they want to extend the representation of the people. It’s not a whole complete concept, it requires further research especially about further populist movements in the Central-Eastern-European region
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