Douglas Murray's brave new book explores the madness of modern discourse | reviews 'The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity'
Our writers on 's new book... : "impressive and lively" : "the most offensive book to have been penned since 'The Protocols of the Elders of Zion', or 'The Enid Blyton Book of Fairies'"
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Excellent point by Scruton in this ⁦⁩ review of ⁦⁩ new book
Sir Roger Scruton: “30 years ago I naively assumed that, with the collapse of communism, we would no longer see the persecution of dissidents or the imposition of official doctrines...”
How identity politics drove the world mad - Roger Scruton on ⁦⁩’s excellent new book
"For the mob is by nature innocent: it washes its own conscience in a flow of collective indignation, and by joining it you make yourself safe."How identity politics drove the world mad
Identity politics has plunged us into a new Dark Ages | Roger Scruton reviews 's new book
The character assassinations that enforce prevailing orthodoxies today are reminiscent of totalitarian government | Roger Scruton on 's new book
We live in a world of censorship and intimidation |
.'s 'The Madness of Crowds' raises the real questions of our times |
.'s new book explores the madness of modern discourse. reviews 'The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity'
"It is now legitimate to condemn people for the colour of their skin, leading some to try to apologise for being white" | Sir Roger Scruton on 's new book