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Against Inclusiveness: How the Diversity Regime is Flattening America and the West and What to Do About It Paperback – August 17, 2013
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"This critique is simply unsurpassed."--Paul Gottfried, author of After Liberalism and Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt
"Jim Kalb once again drills to the bedrock of the radically centrifugal liberal ideology that has devastated our society's institutions, its culture, its conceptions of normality, and its traditional patterns of social life."--Robert Jackall, Professor of Sociology & Public Affairs, Williams College
"Against Inclusiveness is a first-rate thinker's look at a paradox that is 'at once the perfection and the death of equality.'"--Christopher A. Ferrara, author of Liberty, the God That Failed
"James Kalb's analysis is both profound and commonsensical, and brings clarity and insight to an area fraught with fear and falsehood."--Carol Iannone, editor of Academic Questions and founding Vice President of the National Association of Scholars
"A timely, incisive work, Against Inclusiveness builds upon themes introduced in Kalb's previous work, The Tyranny of Liberalism, and presents a precise, methodical examination of the real-life dystopia we inhabit. It succeeds in carefully exploring and connecting an astonishing variety of issues." --The Catholic World Report
About the Author
James Kalb is a lawyer, independent scholar, and Catholic convert who lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of The Tyranny of Liberalism: Understanding and Overcoming Administered Freedom, Inquisitorial Tolerance, and Equality by Command (ISI Books, 2008), and his essays, reviews, and columns have appeared widely both in the United States and in Europe. He holds degrees from Dartmouth College and Yale Law School.
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This project destroys true community while claiming to pursue it, and results in alienation by reducing people to interchangeable ciphers, stripped of all constitutive particularities.
In the interests of freedom and well-being, we need to return to a better balance between understanding man as an individual and as one constituted by his relationships.
Liberal progressivism under the guise of anti-discrimination, multiculturalism and inclusiveness turns common cultural norms upside down into phobias that must be eradicated by imposing punitive policies for not adapting to the destructive behaviors and secular morality of confused persons as well as those suffering from impulsive addictions and mental illness. Mr. Kalb provides clear and commonsense reasons why making distinctions about persons is, and has always been, essential to the operation of a civil society.
Most importantly, unlike many similar books that aim at diagnosing social ills, Kalb gives some substantive and practical suggestions about what to do to combat this seemingly inevitable change in the way our country thinks and acts. If I could, I would buy this book for everyone I know and make them read it. But that would be totalitarian of me...