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Identity politics / Elizabeth Schmermund, book editor.

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Erlanger Branch 306.2 I19p 2018 (Text) 33126023039229 Adult Nonfiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 1534501800
  • ISBN: 9781534501744
  • ISBN: 1534501746
  • ISBN: 9781534501805
  • Physical Description: 216 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Greenhaven Publishing, LLC, 2018.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
How has identity politics historically shaped policy and law? -- All politics is identity politics / Matthew Yglesias -- Compassion is more useful than identity politics / Jamie Heckert -- Identity politics has become a zero-sum game / Joan D. Mandle -- White nationalism is a powerful political force / Ned Resnikoff -- White nationalism is becoming more accepted in the United States / Alexis Terrazas, Atticus Morris -- How has identity politics incorporated or ignored intersectionality? -- There are psychological consequences to identity politics / Beverly Amsel -- Identity politics is a good thing that can be destructive when used to exclude / Julia Serano -- Intersectionality can be left out of identity politics / Hugh Ryan -- White privilege has led to a stronger alt-right movement / Maria Murriel -- We need a new approach to discussing religion / Daniel Trilling -- How has identity politics ignored other useful ways of political organizing? -- Identity is socially constructed to maintain state power / Ramona -- Identity politics is an important modern political movement / Jason Blakely -- Class should be an integral part of identity politics / Fred Mazelis -- Identity politics has eroded free speech / Richard L. Cravatts -- We need a Marxist identity politics / Albert L. Terry, III -- How can identity politics become a more useful political organizing tool in the future? -- Leftist identity politics shares much in common with White Supremacy / Ben Debney -- Identity politics is not working / Douglas Williams -- Identity politics is part of the American experience / Ron Daniels -- The Women's March exemplifies the power of identity politics / M. J. Kaplan -- The end of identity politics is near / Victor Davis Hanson -- A political revolution is coming / Michael Lind.
Summary, etc.:
In an age of divisiveness, perhaps more than America has seen in decades, identity politics has taken its share of the blame. Those who have cheered on progressive ideology often write off detractors as racists, homophobes, and misogynists. And those who rail against political correctness often feel their own voices are not being heard or, worse, are being censored. Do identity politics come at a cost to national empathy and unity? Or do they reflect and address legitimate discrimination? Through multiple perspectives, readers will learn why this topic has become a hot button issue.
Subject: Political culture > United States.
Identity politics > United States.
Group identity > Political aspects > United States.
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