In this special edition of the American Mind podcast, we explore the intellectual roots, political and societal implications of and the antidote to what the Claremont Institute believes is the great threat to America: multiculturalism. The podcast features Claremont Institute President Ryan Williams, Chairman Tom Klingenstein and scholar Charles Kesler, as well as the likes of David Azerrad, Lord Conrad Black, Allen Guelzo, Roger Kimball and Norman Podhoretz. It is narrated by James Poulos, Executive Editor of the American Mind and produced by ChangeUp Media.


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  1. Joseph Eagar Member

    I’m sick of everyone saying that multiculturalism is a real thing. From what I’ve seen of progressives in my own life, they don’t tolerate other cultures at all. They just don’t believe there are different cultures, or at least that the cultures on “their side” are all the same. I can’t be the only one to have noticed that progressives are actually really bad at dealing with people from genuinely different cultures.

    Black people have been moving out of the Northeast for, what, a decade now? Why? Because black people are mostly culturally Southern, and the North’s prejudice against Southerners includes them (other than the small subset of affluent black people who have successfully assimilated into Northern WASP culture).

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