The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind

The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind

Bruce Bawer


revered writer, critic, and essayist Bruce Bawer—whose prior publication, While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam Is Destroying the West from Within, used to be a New York Times bestseller and a countrywide e-book Critics Circle Award finalist—now bargains a trenchant and sweeping critique of the sorry country of upper schooling because the campus revolutions of the overdue ’60s and early ’70s. In The sufferers’ Revolution, Bawer incisively contends that the increase of identity-based collage classes and disciplines (Women’s reviews, Black reports, homosexual reviews, etc.) 40 years in the past has ended in an impoverishment of proposal and frequent political confusion, whereas filling the brains of scholars with politically right mush. well timed, arguable, and brilliantly argued, Bawer’s The sufferers’ Revolution is critical interpreting for college kids, educators, and an individual interested in the modern predicament in academia—a severe and significant paintings that stands with different crucial books at the topic, like The Shadow University by means of Alan Kors, Illiberal Education by means of Dinesh D’Souza, and  Allan Bloom’s The ultimate of the yank Mind.

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