Populism is a foreseeable reaction against the limited moral conception of society offered by both traditional left and right parties. Traditional parties have effectively rendered many voters homeless by blindly and one-sidedly emphasizing the moral intuitions of an individualistic, liberty- and rights-oriented framework, as demonstrated by example of the two Swedish establishment parties.

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