The Big Downside of Totalitarianism? It Just Ain’t Fun

The Spectator
April 26, 2023

In The Spectator, Peter W. Wood highlights a recent student government election at California’s Stanford University in which a coalition calling itself “Fun Strikes Back” won the day. Wood argues that the rediscovery of fun might offer a path to defeat the sombre totalitarianism that has seeped into the souls of so many of today’s young people.

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