Politically Incorrect Articles

Origins of Political Correctness

Political Correctness – Short History of an Ideology

This link contains a series of fairly extensive essays related to various facets of political correctness. It is edited by William Lind and is available on the Discover the Networks website.

Saul Alinsky

This link contains a detailed, heavily sourced description of New Left master tactician Saul Alinksy.

Atlas Shrugs: A Brief History of Political Correctness and Its Origins

This summary of the origins of political correctness is written by a Canadian student who grew up in East Africa, and whose early education was in Marxist-controlled countries.

Defining and Understanding the Left

New Left

The New Left Defined

These are three articles found on Discover the Networks that give details about the formation and operation of the New Left.

Linda Kimball: The Materialist Faith of Communism, Socialism and Liberalism

Linda Kimball: The New Left, Cultural Marxism and Psychopolitics Disguised as Multiculturalism

Linda Kimball: Socialism, Marxist communism and cultural Marxism: spiritual diseases of our time

These three essays by writer and philosopher Linda Kimball provide insight into philosophical and religious aspects of Cultural Marxism.

Paul Kengor – The Communist

A review of a biography of Frank Marshall Davis, a mentor to a young Barack Obama.

Antonio Gramsci and Cultural Marxism

John Fonte: Why There Is A Culture War: Gramsci and Tocqueville in America

Steven Yates: Understanding the Culture War: Gramscians, Tocquevillians and Others

Tocqueville Vs. Gramsci: Transmit Or Transform

The comparison between the ideologies of Antonio Gramsci and Alexis de Tocqueville is made in John Fonte’s article, and then the other two articles comment and elaborate on Fonte’s conclusions.

Andrew Breitbart Chronicled the Corrupting Influences in American Culture

The writer explores the meaning and application of the chapter 6 of Breitbart’s book “Righteous Indignation, wherein Breitbart traces the development of cultural Marxism from its origins in the 1920’s through the Frankfurt School, its move to America, and then the coming out of the New Left in the 1960’s, and culminating with the influence of Saul Alinsky in the 1970’s and beyond.

Gramsci’s Grand Plan

A thorough discussion of Antonio Gramsci’s ideology and its impact on the formation of Cultural Marxism in the West.

Communism, socialism, and Christianity: One of these does not belong

An essay contrasting the difference between Christianity on the one hand, and both communisim and socialism on the other.

Diana West and “American Betrayal”

Why Academics Hate Diana West

West’s ‘American Betrayal’ Will Make History

These two articles provide strong and extensive support for Diana West and her book “American Betrayal”. These essays were written by communist dissidents Vladimer Bukovsky and Pavel Stroilov.

American Betrayed, Part 2: Planet X

Diana West: American Betrayal and Planet X

This first essay is posted in the gatesofvienna.org website, and seeks to discover why conservative academics were so disturbed by “American Betrayal”. The second essay if by Diana West, in which she comments on the Gates of Vienna piece, and supplies her own opinions.

January 2014 American Betrayal, an exchange: Andrew C. McCarthy

A summary of the varying viewpoints in the controversy over Diana West’s book American Betrayal. The book was published in the Spring of 2013, and by the Summer the strong and unfriendly reaction against it came from people in the academic conservative arena, an unlikely source, considering that the book is very critical of the Left, exposing the extensive infiltration of agents of influence in the US government, media, entertainment and academic spheres during the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s.

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