Despite its theoretical pretenses, multiculturalism has come to be revealed as a phenomenon of mass technological and consumer society, writes John Marini.
Claremont InstituteJohn Marini, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute, joins the discussion on multiculturalism:
"Not only does it deny the necessity of an open mind, it demands its closing. Consequently, it regards liberal education as its greatest enemy."
To save the Republic, the Right must reorient itself to fight multiculturalism, writes John Fonte.
Claremont Institute"'Diversity' does not mean what it used to mean...Today, 'diversity' means that society is divided into adversarial ethnic-racial, gender, and sexually orientated groups." @FonteJohn
No longer just an academic fashion, multiculturalism is a political philosophy bent on destroying American justice and civil life.
Claremont InstituteNo longer just an academic fashion, multiculturalism is a political philosophy bent on destroying American justice and civil life, according to Thomas Klingenstein, chairman of the Claremont Institute. @ConradMBlack, @FonteJohn, and @rr_reno respond.
President Trump is the leader of conservative America—and the only alternative to America's disintegration as a great power, writes Conrad Black.
Claremont Institute“Trump is the flag-bearer for a united America, in which nationality has nothing to do with race, ethnicity, or culture: a mighty community of free people with ingrained loyalty to the nation whose values, history, and prospects unite them.” @ConradMBlack
1964 was not the end of racial history, writes Avik Roy.
Claremont InstituteIn response to William Voegeli’s recent essay on the new racism-mongers, @Avik cautions that, without empathy steeped in reality, the Right risks confusing true injustice for mere resentment.
Claremont InstituteHarnessing today’s nationalist impulses is a task for conservatives and libertarians, who stand in the shoes of the liberal reformers of the middle and late 19th century. Christopher DeMuth offers several suggestions for how to proceed.
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The Left is driving America to balkanization and crackup. David Brooks's "case" for reparations stokes that dangerous fire.
Claremont InstituteNEW: "David Brooks’s @nytimes piece, 'The Case for Reparations,' is so dumb, irresponsibly emotive, and wrong in both its premises and conclusions, that it deserves a section-by-section commentary."—@RpwWilliams, president of the Claremont Institute