Nationalist Public Radio, Episode Eleven: France

In response to the recent loss of Marine Le Pen in the national elections of France, the Nationalist Public Radio team — historian Everitt Foster, technologist James Price, scientist Roderick Kaine, and philosopher Brett Stevens — look into how the rising populist movement lost this election, what can be done to win elections in the future, and by extrapolation, the direction that populism should take to maintain its dual goal of winning modern elections and replacing modern society.

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