"Sharp, humorous, recognizable! Highly recommended." (Simon Rozendaal, science editor, Elsevier Weekly)
Egalitarianism is stronger than ever with quotas for female executives, gender-neutral toilets, and courses against prejudice. A teasing joke can suffice to be labelled a racist, sexist, or fascist. Educators and politicians also agree: Prejudices are wrong, diversity is our strength, and we are all equal. But is that really true?
Frank Karsten challenges listeners to consider a different view. He argues that the fierce fight against discrimination actually causes more exclusion and polarization. This bold and groundbreaking audiobook offers a welcome counter-argument to anyone who doubts today's egalitarian ideals.