Read my fun, fictional biography of Matthew Arnold (1822-1888); the first person to be called a 'culturist' who practiced 'culturism.'
Here is my website dedicated to Matthew Arnold
Jack Buckby's "Paradoxical Alliance: An Anglo-American Analysis of the Left's Love Affair with Islam," highlights the university punishing him for starting the National Culturists. It also hits liberals in their weakness - their promotion of sharia law.
Read my review of 'Paradoxical Alliance' here.
Willem Schinkel's "Imagined Societies: A Critique of Immigrant Integration in Western Europe," is against culturism. Still, the critique on culturist thought strengthens our rebuttals.
Read my review of Schinkel's 'Imagined Societies' here.
Scott Hamilton's "Culturism: Why African-Americans Must Stop Blaming Racism for Their Problems and Start Taking Full Responsibility" can be purchased here.
Click here to read my review of Hamilton's "Culturism."
"Founding Mother: Frances Kellor and the Creation of Modern America," Profiles the progenitor of multiculturalism in America. I disagree with nearly all she did. But, understanding her is important for culturists. The book is based on my dissertation.
"Prison Wars: An Inside Account of How the Apocalypse Happened," is my dystopic culturist novel in which masculinity and related drives get used to undermine the West.
You can buy the "Prison Wars" ebook here.
"Capusle: A Search for Identity in Modern Japan," explores the lack of place for individuals in modernity.