This book carefully lays out an argument that workplaces are authoritarian and that the most vocal proponents of liberty today often are unable to recognize this fact. This book goes into the reason why, and shows that recognizing this fact would dramatically change the politics of libertarians.
I present a Triangle Map that sorts ideologies based on their orientation toward equality, freedom, and tradition. This yields 27 ideologies that span a larger part of the political space than previous visualizations. For each ideology, I present a diagram that shows similar and dissimilar ideologies. I also project the 27 ideologies into 2-D space as another way to visualize distance.
This book puts forward the argument that the right's political strategy since the '60s has been built on fanning class resentment but disguising it as a culture war. The result is a cycle of backlash against "liberal elites" that pushes U.S. politics rightward each time it occurs. Its analysis and predictions are particularly insightful in light of the last election.