N.H.Wilson: populism in Rhodesian politics
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There has never been a populist International nor an exchange of views between different populist leaders on the meaning or significance of their respective struggles. There is consequently a degree of isolated spontaneity peculiar to populist parties which makes it difficult to place the Southern Rhodesian populist movement in an international perspective. This article therefore restricts itself to a discussion of Rhodesian populism with particular regard to the views of N.H. Wilson, who tried to propagate a populist philosophy and programme suited to the circumstances of Southern Rhodesia.