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Books in Brief: November 2022
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Books in Brief: November 2022

Short reviews of Free: A Child and a History at the End of History, by Lea Ypi, and The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order: America and the World in the Free-Market Era, by Gary Gerstle.

Monuments Matter
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Monuments Matter

The impending removal of Moses Ezekiel’s magnificent monument from Arlington National Cemetery follows well-laid out guidelines for obliterating the non-woke past everywhere in the culturally revolutionized West.

Race Erased
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Race Erased

Racism, Not Race starts from the assumption that biological races do not exist, rants leftward from there, and finishes by slapping the white-supremacist label on Trump voters.

The Mortality Spike
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The Mortality Spike

In many countries, including the United States, there was a sharp rise in mortality, especially among the younger population, after the widespread rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

A Drought in Leadership
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A Drought in Leadership

California has been living off its legacy of water projects for the last several decades like a lazy, self-indulgent, trust-fund recipient.

Rings of Intersectionality
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Rings of Intersectionality

Just as a conquering army defaces the monuments of its defeated foes, America’s woke film industry has seized the opportunity in Rings of Power to have its way with the mythology of Tolkien's Men of the West.

The Myth of the Spanish Civil War
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The Myth of the Spanish Civil War

One of the last great leftist myths of the 20th century is that the Spanish Civil War was a struggle of republican democracy against nationalist fascism. In reality, it was a violent mass-collectivist revolution put down by Spanish moderates and conservatives.