An assessment of the prospects of the progeny of the Founding Fathers living out their lives in the idyllic America they grew up in, are grim . . . The daily trials and tribulations of a couple of generations of white middle-class Americans grappling with their “whiteness” and “toxic maleness” inspired this treatise. Due in no small measure to the abdication of their fundamental civic responsibilities and cradle-to-grave apathy, they now occupy the top spot in the crosshairs of Marxist apparatchiks’ agents of change.