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Debate against progressives and feminists, who always "destroy" on television or social networks.
 
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In 2016 he and [[Nicolás Márquez]] publushed "El libro negro de la nueva izquierda" (The black book of the new left), a book about denunciating [[Cultural Marxism]], and how the left reinvented itself using the [[Gender ideology]], [[Feminism]], and minorities since the Fall of the Soviet Union.
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In 2016 he and [[Nicolás Márquez]] publushed "[[The Black Book of the New Left]]" (''El libro negro de la nueva izquierda''), a book about denunciating [[Cultural Marxism]], and how the left reinvented itself using the [[Gender ideology]], [[Feminism]], and minorities since the Fall of the Soviet Union.
 
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[[File:Nicolás Márquez & Agustín Laje in Madrid.jpg|300px|left|thumbnail|Nicolás Márquez and Agustín Laje presenting [[The Black Book of the New Left]].]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:54, 3 July 2019

Agustín Laje in Chile, 2019.

Agustín Laje is a political scientist, journalist and writer from Argentina. He was born on January 16, 1989, in Córdoba (Argentina). He has published five books. He is the founder and Director of the LIBRE Center for Free Studies, a non-governmental organization with a liberal-conservative ideology "that seeks to promote respect for individual freedom, private property and republicanism".

Debate against progressives and feminists, who always "destroy" on television or social networks.

In 2016 he and Nicolás Márquez publushed "The Black Book of the New Left" (El libro negro de la nueva izquierda), a book about denunciating Cultural Marxism, and how the left reinvented itself using the Gender ideology, Feminism, and minorities since the Fall of the Soviet Union.

Nicolás Márquez and Agustín Laje presenting The Black Book of the New Left.