The Abolition of Britain: From Winston Churchill to Princess Diana

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Encounter Books, 2000 - History - 332 pages
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Prominent English social critic Peter Hitchens writes of the period between the death of Winston Churchill and the funeral of Princess Diana, a time he believes has seen disasterous changes in English life. The Abolition of Britain is bitingly witty and fiercely argued, yet also filled with somber appreciation for what the idea of England has always meant to the West and to the world.

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Review: The Abolition of Britain: From Winston Churchill to Princess Diana

User Review  - William - Goodreads

Peter Hitchens, brother of the late Christopher Hitchens, wrote this work on what he saw as the decline of British culture. Hitchens considers the great issue of our times is not so much the political ... Read full review

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User Review  - Maklish - Goodreads

I'm about as far to the Left as one can get without being a hippie but I have to admit I enjoyed this book immensely and - shock, horror! - even found myself agreeing with some of Hitchens's points ... Read full review

Contents

A Modern Man
1
one The Warrior and the Victim
17
two Born Yesterday
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Copyright

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Peter Hitchens was the London Daily Express correspondent in Washington.

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