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Rage at Globalism Is Just Beginning

So far, populist outcry has mostly been a First World problem. It won’t stay that way.

WORKERS EVERYWHERE fear lost jobs and wages. Citizens fear surging waves of strangers who change the face and voice of the country they know. They also fear terrorists and criminals who kill for

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