“Political Correctness:” A Short History of an Ideology Edited by William S. Lind

“Political Correctness is Marxism, with all that implies: loss of freedom of expression, thought control, inversion of the traditional social order and, ultimately, a totalitarian state.”...

The authors of “Political Correctness” attempt to trace the PC movement back to its origins—Marxism and the Frankfurt school of thought. By so doing they claim to uncover the true and sinister purpose of political correctness—the complete eradication of traditional Western Culture. They also attempt to demonstrate how deeply political correctness has penetrated into every aspect of Western Culture, and how damning its presence is.
Shortly after the first practical attempts to implement Marxist economic socialism it became clear that the theories of Marx were limited. In order to achieve any notable revolution it was necessary that that revolution should focus not only on the economic order, but also, and firstly, on the cultural. This is the root of cultural Marxism. The Frankfurt school was its most eloquent proponent. According to the Free Congress Foundation, political correctness is one of the ideological offspring of this school.

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The 6 chapter volume is embedded below - for an introductory lecture by Wiliam S. Lind go here
The now legendary film on the History of Political Correctness is here

Introduction & Chapter 1Â - “Political Correctness:” A Short History of an Ideology Edited by William S. ...

Chapter II - The Historical Roots of “Political Correctness” by Raymond V. Raehn

Chapter III - Political Correctness in Higher Education by T. Kenneth Cribb, Jr.

Chapter IV - Political Correctness: Deconstruction and Literature by Jamie McDonald

Chapter V - Radical Feminism and Political Correctness by Dr. Gerald L. Atkinson

Chapter VI - Further Readings on the Frankfurt School by William S. Lind
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Frank Kitman