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A classic work that is illuminating at least as much for its analysis of modern ideology as for its thesis (which has become relevant again in the face of the rise of militant Islam). The main flaw in this work is the 39 point litmus test for liberalism; people reflexively take it as a measure of where one falls on a left-right spectrum and so misunderstand it. The list is best understood as a list of principles that are so central to liberalism that their negation would question one's status as a bona fide liberal; a measure of conservatism would require a different list.
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The premise of The Suicide of the West is that the West is in decline, and the decline is fueled by the rise of liberalism. Despite the strong title, most of the book is an attempt at an objective ... Read full review
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Who Are the Liberals?
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