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Have you noticed that there is no great music associated with the recent social upheaval wrought by Critical Social Justice? During the social unrest of the 1960's there was a powerful musical force attached to the movement. Regardless of what you think of the 1960's protests, the civil disobedience, or the hippies involved, it's undeniable that the music has had a lasting impact.

That prolific musical output does not exist with the current movement. While the recent conflict has escalated quickly, the underlying influence has been around for decades, and it gained enough institutional and social influence to generate a musical revolution at least 5 years ago. Yet, it didn't.

While it's easy to suggest that the reason is because the radical ideologues are talentless hacks, I suggest an alternative explanation:
• The ideas that constitute the Critical Social Justice movement and the rhetoric it produces are so extreme that any music created could only be popular with its ...

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