Christopher Rufo

America’s Cultural Revolution: How The Radical Left Conquered Everything

21:53 min
Politics, Sociology, History
352 pages, 2023

Christopher Rufo exposes the disturbing truth behind the radical left's takeover of American institutions. He details the roots of critical theory, tracing its path from 1960s radicalism to today's diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) bureaucracy. Rufo reveals how this movement has captured academia, media, corporations, and government, undermining individual rights and constitutional principles in pursuit of a divisive racial agenda. But all is not lost. The fight to preserve the American Republic, as outlined in this short, entails restoring America's founding values, rebuilding institutions, and protecting citizens' dignity and freedoms.

Christopher Rufo

Christopher Rufo is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a conservative think tank. He has gained prominence in recent years for his extensive writings and research on critical race theory (CRT) and its influence in education, government institutions, and corporate diversity training programs. Rufo's work has played a significant role in bringing the topic of CRT to the forefront of political and cultural debates in the United States. His articles and appearances on various media outlets have contributed to shaping the public discourse surrounding CRT and its critiques.


Herbert Marcuse's New Left philosophy inspired 1960s radicals but the violent revolutionary movement ultimately failed, leading Marcuse to advocate rebuilding through universities.
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