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White Ethnics



  • The White Men Who Wanted to Be Victims: Joe Darda's "How White Men Won the Culture Wars"

    by Chris Lehmann

    Joe Darda argues that the convergence of three cultural trends – the turn of the Vietnam veterans' movement away from antiwar politics and toward treating trauma, white ethnic identity politics, and the backlash to civil rights and feminism – birthed a potent strain of white male grievance politics in the 1970s that endures today.