We, the United States, live in a Constitutional Republic form of government. How did Marxism begin to seep into our society? What damage has been caused by this worldview?

Defining the Terms of Cultural Marxism

What do terms such as racism, equity, diversity, social justice actually mean and what do these terms have to do with Marxism? Allen Quist has developed a list many of the common words you will hear in our culture today and what they actual mean to those using them – in the media, businesses, schools and government.
Glossary of Terms


About Marxism

  • Cultural Marxism Series

How much do you know about Marxism? What is Cultural Marxism? How is it affecting our schools, our government, our businesses, our culture? Learn the basics of Cultural Marxism in our 3-part series.
Cultural Marxism 101
Cultural Marxism 102
Cultural Marxism 103

  • Cultural Marxists know they are in a war for your children, but do you?

A must see video that explains Marxist history, identifying their key tactics and how to stand against them. (40 minutes)
by Bonnie Gasper, CPL board member

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  • Is it indoctrination or education?
    Our kids are being transformed into Marxist revolutionaries through programs such as Critical Race Theory, equity, gender ideology, social justice, to name a few. This shareable, two-page handout explains how we got here and what the Marxist have planned for our schools and our children.

Cultural-Marxism-Handout (PDF)

  • The Raging War on Our Children
    In this presentation, Bonnie Gasper, CPL board member, covers Marxism from its inception to how it is manifests in our schools and culture today. She explains the psychological warfare it unleashes on our children and families and how all these issues work in a continuum.  Slides of the Presentation (PDF)

An important video to watch! (60 minutes)

  • A Component of Cultural Marxism – Critical Race Theory
    What is the relationship of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Marxism? CRT is a key component of cultural Marxism, based on the idea that all of life must be seen through the prism of racial discrimination.
    Supplemental resources by Allen and Julie Quist:

Implications of Marxism

  • Mao’s America: A Survivor’s Warning by Xi Van Fleet
    In her book, Xi Van Fleet provides convincing evidence in support of her thesis that the cultural revolution taking place in America is essentially the same as that which took place in Communist China some 60 years ago. As she states: “This book intends to alarm you, enrage you, pull you off of the couch, push you into action, and inspire you to join the fight for the survival of America.” A must-read book to understand Cultural Marxism and how it is happening in America!
    Book Review by Allen Quist (PDF)
  • We Are In An Informational Civil War and James Lindsay Is A General (28 minute video)
    James Lindsay is a master at getting to the heart of the matter. He discusses woke ideology as an evolution of Marxism, designed to attack the West and transform societies through tactics similar to Maoist cultural revolutions. By using Americanized identity categories and provoking middle-level violence, it seeks to dismantle Western civilization. Transcript of video
  • Marxist Trojan Horse (15 minutes)
    An excellent, well delivered overview of Marxism by Larry Alex Taunton.

  • Marx and the False Communist Promise (PDF)
    David Azerrad, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale College’s Graduate School of Government, explains in easily understood terms who Marx was and what his Manifesto was about.
  • Live Not By Lies
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn equates “lies” with ideology, the illusion that human nature and society can be reshaped to predetermined specifications. A prominent Soviet dissident, Solzhenitsyn was an outspoken critic of communism and helped to raise global awareness of political repression in the Soviet Union, in particular the Gulag system.
  • Globalism Defined (PDF)
    The Cultural Marxism of Antonio Gramsci and Paulo Freire is the dominant worldview of globalism. Learn the seventeen key fronts in the globalist forces seeking to create a centralized global government. In this philosophy there is no right or wrong—except that all words or actions that promote the globalist agenda of one-world Marxist government are seen as being good. Opposition to this philosophy is seen as bad.