Against Miserabilism is a love letter, out of the past, to a new generation of radicals. It's a collection of articles by David Widgery, who, in addition to working as a full-time medical doctor in London's East End, wrote prolifically on matters of political and cultural importance from the 1960s till the time of his death in 1992.
Paul Kavanagh, a top Scottish blogger, has a weekly column in The National, and this volume brings his articles together so the reader can enjoy the author's humorous take on the post-referendum debate. He seeks out the inconsistencies and short-sightedness of the British establishment. This is political satire at its best.
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