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We live in a time when populist movements in Western liberal democratic republics are demanding major changes in society and government. Our question throughout the course has been if these populist movements and the ideologies they profess have contributed to the strengthening of a liberal democratic republic in the U.S. or have weakened it. Now, look at both Nietzsche and Rawls with respect to this question. Specifically, focus on Nietzsche’s and on Rawls’ respective views of liberal democracy. Keeping in mind (and explaining carefully in your essay) each writer’s main views of what most vexes the political and social worlds, what would Nietzsche likely say about Rawls’ take on liberal democracy (especially as developed in his view of “justice as fairness” and his view of “political liberalism”)? And, what is Rawls’ likely response to Nietzsche? Who is right? In addressing this question demonstrate, with good argument whose ideological orientation represents, as you see it, the best path forward. In addition, choose three writers from among the following people who have studied (Rousseau, Mill, Burke, Marx, Black political thinkers or feminist thinkers) and explain their likely answer to this question [who is right as between Nietzsche and Rawls on liberal democracy?]. And then make a case for who is right and who is wrong from your own standpoint. Be sure, during the course of your answer, to establish the main doctrines of the writers you are referring to, and provide a reasoned critique of the views you choose. Finally, conclude with your view of whose positions are most likely to ensure civic renewal as we have defined it in this course. Make a case for your view! Introduction: You can provide an example of a populist movement in western republics with the specific demand/change wanted in the society and government. In 1-2 sentences answer the question on whether throughout the course of discussion if populist movements and the ideologies they profess have contributed to the strengthening of a liberal democratic republic in the U.S. or if populist movements have weakened it, I would explain why on the basis of facts and then on the basis of what either philosopher Nietzsche or Rawls would have to say about the question and why.