The Abolition of Britain: The British Cultural Revolution from Lady Chatterley to Tony Blair

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Quartet Books, 2000 - Culture - 369 pages
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As vast and radical constitutional change follows decades of moral and cultural reform, Hitchens examines the many changes of this slow motion coup d'etat and asks if Britain can be saved from demolition.

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User Review  - lightparade - LibraryThing

Hitchens - madman or seer? Always vulnerable to an attack of DailyMailism, there are nevertheless plenty of valid points made in this attack on our muddled society. The first chapter, which looks back to London at the time of Churchill's funeral in 1965, is particularly effective. Read full review

The Abolition of Britain by Peter Hitchens

User Review  - richtx - Overstock.com

An unnerving look into what happens when a country trades timetested values and notions for the latest thing. Aside from the continuing patriotism in America and its Christian leanings you have to wonder if it could ever happen here too. Read full review

Contents

The Warrior and the Victim i
1
Born Yesterday
33
Class War
57
Copyright

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