Sumantra Maitra

Sumantra Maitra is a doctoral researcher at the University of Nottingham. A sr. contributor to The Federalist, he writes for Quillette, Providence Magazine, Spectator US, The Telegraph, and others.



Articles/Stories written by Sumantra Maitra: 10

The next step in the culture war is the assault on the traditional family

The idea is that having family, growing up with two parents, is privileged, and that this creates inequity. Any inequity must be crushed.

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The top-down revolution of the woke ruling class

The realignment of working-class politics have shifted to a technocratic urban bourgeoisie, and the conservatives are now the working-class party.

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The conservative reform of academia is underway as coronavirus necessitates cuts

A conservative-led reform of higher-education is long overdue. One of the biggest flaws of modern conservative movements was letting universities turn into hubs of radicalism.

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Ricky Gervais is the heretic we need right now

Gervais, from modest middle-class background, is now a millionaire. He is expected to adopt the beliefs of his current class, not hold to his previous ones. He won't.

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A 'colour revolution' is coming for the US with aims to topple the world's only superpower

What is happening to the dismayed and hapless liberals across America are the fruits of their own trees they planted.

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The coronavirus crisis is a story of wasted resources

From public health priorities, to foreign aid, to academic bailouts, the amount of tax-funded cash wasted in the last few months amount to billions.

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Universities need budget cuts not bailouts

Universities were not supposed to be gigantic businesses, with trendy fads, corporate speak and bloated bureaucracy. Instead of bailouts, it's time to cut the fat.

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Heroism is missing from superhero movies

My disastrous experiment to be “inspired” during a quarantine I gave in to temptation, and watched a couple of latest superhero flicks. It was a mistake.

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Coronavirus opens hard questions about state authority and conservative values

Conservatism is at a crossroads as to the essential nature of individual liberties versus the need for state overreach during this existential pandemic.

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China's government is culpable and western elites need to realize that

The Chinese government monopolized the market for medical resources, incompetence and negligence started a deathly global pandemic. Now China is profiting from those deaths.

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