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Left and Right-wing Populism in the USA
Kharisova, Kamilla ; Bíba, Jan (advisor) ; Kňapová, Kateřina (referee)
(in English): Populism in the United States (US) has consistently been considered a specific third stream of US policy - from the People's Party to Ross Perot who criticized both the Republican Party,1 and the Democrats. This bachelor's thesis will examine the differences between contemporary left-wing and right-wing populism in the USA by employing the method of quantitative linguistics. The frequency of certain statements and terms used by the US presidential candidates in their speeches will be compared. Being the most recent presidential candidates, D. Trump, B. Sanders, H. Clinton, and B. Obama are selected as main comparison for this study. 1 also known as the GOP (Grand Old Party)

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