Cancel culture and political correctness are destroying free speech and Western civilisation’s institutions and way of life – it’s time to fight back and return to sanity. A topical and informative anthology exploring the origins and impact of cancel culture and political correctness on Western societies – including schools, universities, ......
Author: • Peta Credlin: Foreword
• Kristian Jenkins:
• Gary Marks: The origins of
▼cancel culture and political correctness
• Kevin Donnelly: School education
• Jennier Oriel: Universities
• David Daintree: History teaching
• Fiona Mueller: English and English literature
• Tony Abbott: Liberty and Freedom
• John Steenhof: The Law
• Anthony Dillon: Indigenous affairs and communities
• Patrick Byrne: Gender and sexuality
• Ian Pilmer: Global warming and the environment
• Stephen Chavura: What must be done and the way forward
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