Who are the most vocal critics of identity politics?

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Identity politics is a term that refers to political activities and movements that are based on the shared experiences and identities of groups of people, particularly those who are marginalized or disadvantaged in society. Critics of identity politics argue that it can lead to a fragmentation of the political landscape and a focus on issues that are specific to particular identity groups, rather than a broader concern for the common good. Critics also argue that it can lead to a divisive, zero-sum approach to politics, in which the interests of one group are seen as being in conflict with the interests of others. Some of the most vocal critics of identity politics come from both the left and the right of the political spectrum, and include scholars, journalists, and public figures.