"Populism, yea, yea!Sung to an urgent pop beat, this rousing refrain from "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson" is bound to stick in your head. Not just because it's so catchy, but because the show gets you thinking about populism -- what it meant to early 19th...
Populism, yea, yea!"
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Tag: Michael Friedman
January 17, 2007 | 7:00 pm