Radical Coup: A Case for Reaction
by Sean Gabb
(The Hampden Press)
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From the Foreword by Hans-Hermann Hoppe:
Gabb provides detailed analyses of many issues currently hotly debated both in and outside of libertarian circles all across the Western world, and assesses their role and impetus in the process of social change. Thus, the reader will find many valuable, historically informed insights regarding the issues of "free" (mass) immigration vs. controlled borders, multiculturalism vs. cultural homogeneity, secession vs. centralization, of left-libertarianism and the new, Alternative Right, and of Christian and Islamic culture.
Most importantly especially for libertarians and, as I should confess, much in line with what I have tried to accomplish for quite some time with my own writings, in reaction to the diagnosed disease -- the Radical Coup -- Gabb proposes a detailed, equally radical cure -- his Case for Reaction -- that envisions a programmatic alignment of traditional conservatism and libertarianism with the common goal of restoring a bourgeois society as the highest achievement of Western civilization.
This book is an update of Gabb's Cultural Revolution, Culture War, first published in 2007 to general acclaim by conservatives, libertarians, nationalists and anarchists. This is the book that introduced the concepts of Cultural Marxism and Frankfurt School subversion to the English Right, single-handedly, and within a few weeks, transforming the language of analysis and action on the British political right.
The present volume contains the whole original text of Cultural Revolution, Culture War, but now includes a set of further examinations that extend and adapt the analysis, plus an Introduction that summarises Gabb's analysis of what has happened in England and of the steps that need to be taken if English Civilisation is to be restored to health.
Briefly put, his central thesis is that the British ruling class has, since at least 1997, turned itself into a totalitarian conspiracy, at war both with liberty and with ...
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences
Length: 305 Pages (1,348 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Sep 30th, 2020