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David Sirota has taught management at Cornell, Yale, MIT, and Wharton Business School and was a study director at the University of Michigan's Institute of Social Research. His work has been featured in Fortune and The New York Times.
Sirota holds a doctorate in social psychology from the University of Michigan.
David Sirota defines "populism" and "uprising" and reveals his belief that America is in the midst of a populist uprising that will create "exponentially huge change" in America - a time similar to only three other moments in our history.
Even though the current populist uprising David Sirota describes seems to be heading in a progressive direction, he explains how the movement could also easily go in a new kind of conservative direction.
David Sirota stresses that people, not governments, cause change and form movements, and that "no election, political party, or candidate is a movement." He does not believe that the current uprising will dissipate, even if it is not represented by the next president.