"Trumpism: Death of Neoliberalism and Political Meltdown of American Hegemony 2.0?"
Donald Trump, a complete outsider, is running against the “ultimate Democratic insider,” Hillary Clinton. Emphasizing that Trumpism is the result of the American masses’ rejection of American hegemony 2.0, Heajeong Lee argues that regardless of who wins the election in November, America is faced with the challenges of founding American hegemony 3.0 in post-middle class domestic politics and an anti-globalization world economy.
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