Re-examining novelist, historian, and anti-Communist campaigner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s 1978 Harvard University speech on the struggles facing Western society, Ken Crawford is struck by how many of the themes identified are no less relevant today. He believes this points to a deeper social challenge that crosses traditional party boundaries.
Ken Crawford believes that those dissatisfied with Western aesthetic materialism may find deeper meaning from aspects that are already coded into our own culture, without needing to grasp at the hollow ‘isms’.
Identity politics and social justice have become watchwords for today’s political and social elite, but before embarking on their noble crusade and unleashing moral vengeance around the world, social justice warriors would do well to first have their own house in order, says Ken Crawford.
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