Michael Doyle: “‘The People, Yes’: Populism as It Was, as It Is, as It Could Be”

Today’s service, led by guest speaker Michael Wm. Doyle, examines influential American grassroots reform movements from the past in order to understand why it is confounding for contemporary populism to be championed and led by our wealthiest classes. The homily concludes by identifying what a future populist movement could learn from its predecessors in rebalancing the scales of equality, justice, and liberty for the benefit of those who comprise the base of our social pyramid.