This is a very good book - it is very depressing in places but manages to maintain a tone of thoughtful exploration which is very readable. Absorbing even, and not in a gory "look at the horrible nazis" way, it's simply an engrossing read about some of the people of Britain. In particular, the conclusion does an excellent job of helping you at least feel like you have a clue about how to start thinking about these issues - a liberation from the rather limited perspectives offered by most of our politicians. I did get a few funny looks on the tube reading it. But maybe that's a good thing. We should be talking about this stuff more.
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