Kavanaugh Hearings: Toxic Masculinity is Endemic to the Far Right, Henry Giroux

Henry Giroux says Professor Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh betrays the kind of “anti-women and anti-just policies” that the fascistic far-right want to usher in.

An interview on The Real News Network by Dharna Noor

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  1. I research language, namely terms like fascist and far right. By a process of elimination and comparison of platforms, the hypothesis worth testing is that “right wing” and fascist refer to religious socialism in Europe and North America. Lay socialists, who “the right” refers to as “leftist,” “the left,” and such, tend to identify religious socialists, mixed economy advocates and mercantilists as “far right.” Is this correct?

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