Reasons to be Cheerful: From Punk to New Labour Through the Eyes of a Dedicated Troublemaker

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Scribner, 2001 - Great Britain - 277 pages
As a youngster Mark Steel was always politically aware, but he didn't realise political activism would be so life changing. Reasons to be Cheerful is the memoir of an activist of 25 years standing.

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I've just finished the last chapter of Mark Steel's Reasons to be Cheerful through tears and laughter. For the entirety of my life of 36 years, whenever someone has asked the question "What book has ... Read full review

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I read John O'Farrells 'Things Can Only Get Better' straight after finishing 'Reasons to Be Cheerful' and I was struck by the stark comparison. 'Things Can Only Get Better' was essentially a story ... Read full review


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