The dominant story of our time: FS Michaels and Monoculture

I've often wondered what people will see of our time when they look back through the lens of history. Like how we view the madness of religious orthodoxy pre enlightenment, or the conservatism of the 1950s etc etc. I haven't really been able to get to an essence of the zeitgeist of this time, until now. This book has blown me away. It exposes the values that dominate our assumptions and world-view in vividly direct and informed language.

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