How the Frankfurter School Changed American Culture

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By David Galland | The Passing Parade | August 12, 2016Dear Parade-Goer, How many times have you heard someone lament how much the world has changed from the good old days? You know, the simpler pre-PC period when the world operated according to fairly predictable principles.But then we woke one day in a world with every bastion of what some might call normalcy under attack. Institutions that 100 years ago appeared unassailable—marriage, for example—are increasingly seen as antiquated. Even the idea of a national character is viewed as wrong-minded and, in the successful societies of the West, as exclusionary and even racist.

How did all this come about? Or, more colloquially, what was the number of the bus that hit us?

In this week’s edition of The Passing Parade, Stephen McBride—with a bit of help from yours truly—shines the light on the Frankfurt School, an insidious movement that set…

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