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Pedro Gonzalez is a Chronicles contributor and assistant editor of American Greatness.
Conventional conservatives today are like members of an oppressed proletariat defending the oligarchy and its bread and circuses. The populist right must forge a revolutionary conservative movement indigestible to the current establishment.
In this new Review section feature, Chronicles authors and editors recommend significant books and authors from the opposite end of the ideological spectrum.
America's managerial elite exploits racial and class resentments to enhance its bureaucratic power. This insight and others by Chronicles columnist Sam Francis is imitated but not exceeded today in books like Michael Lind's The New Class War
The America First mandate perished sometime in early 2017. The Alabama Senate GOP primary runoff between Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville, where Trump endorsed the latter and mocked the former when he lost, is something like a nail in the coffin.
Even before the nationwide government crackdown in the wake of the COVID-19 virus, the unprecedented reaction of Virginia’s government against civilian protesters showcased the potential for authoritarianism to rear its head in America…
Americans of all stripes need to stand up against progressive accusations of "racism." We cannot allow ourselves to be cowed by ad hominem attacks.
If the aim of the ruling class is just to survive the “revolution” and win elections, then they are doing just fine while paying lip service to the groups attacking them.
The rejection of our culture's archetypical and actual fatherhood leaves us all orphans searching for meaning.
As long as we place ourselves beneath the yoke of “cheap labor” and the “cheap cause” of ideologues, the immigration status quo will continue to hollow out what little remains of our way of life.
Somewhere along the line, the Republican Party earned itself the moniker of the “Stupid Party.”
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