The Revolt Against the Masses
Fred Siegel talked about his book, The Revolt Against the Masses: How Liberalism Has Undermined the Middle Class, in which he argues that the roots of modern liberalism can be found in the writings of post World War I figures like Sinclair Lewis, Randolph Bourne, and H.L. Mencken. He sids that these founders of modern liberalism despised both the business class and main street American values and culture. This event was hosted by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC. close
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