If Douglas Murray had only attempted to catalog the awakened movement, his offer would have been modestly helpful. But he bit more than that.
The War Against the West† Douglas Murray. Harper Collins.
Your correspondent once suggested: The New York Review of Books editor Ian Buruma (ha ha via about three intermediaries) that he should review books titled “”Suicide/Death of the West”, of which I had found at least five, starting with James Burnham’s 1964 book, and added to most recently by right-wing trekkie Jonah Goldberg (2018).
Buruma’s career suffered its own petit mort a while later, and the review was never done. Today, one could add half a dozen more such titles, and British right-wing ideas fighter Douglas Murray must be frustrated that it’s now simply impossible to reuse. So The War Against the West should replace what is another example of this genre: a catalog of the challenges, attacks, and subversions of what these writers call “the West.”