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Andrew Anthony


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ISBN: 9781784700423
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In 2001 Andrew Anthony occupied a comfortable position within the liberal left media. In rejecting that analysis, Anthony set out on the painful process of unpicking the prejudices that had come to shape progressive, liberal and wider public opinion.
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  • Paperback
    $24.49
ISBN: 9781784700423
ANNOTATION:
In 2001 Andrew Anthony occupied a comfortable position within the liberal left media. In rejecting that analysis, Anthony set out on the painful process of unpicking the prejudices that had come to shape progressive, liberal and wider public opinion.

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In 2001 Andrew Anthony occupied a comfortable position within the liberal left media. In rejecting that analysis, Anthony set out on the painful process of unpicking the prejudices that had come to shape progressive, liberal and wider public opinion.

Publisher Description

In 2001 Andrew Anthony occupied a comfortable position within the liberal left media. A successful Observer and Guardian journalist, he believed he was on the right side of the argument - the left side. But after the events of 11 September, he noticed that many colleagues and friends seemed determined to understand the perpetrator rather than support the victim.

America, in their view, had it coming. In rejecting that analysis, Anthony set out on the painful process of unpicking the prejudices that had come to shape progressive, liberal and wider public opinion.

The Fallout is a polemical memoir, an account of Anthony's political education in Thatcher's Britain and his stark mid-life reassessment. It's a book about crime and violence, liberty and society, principles and practice, and about vital questions that no longer match their received answers.

Author Biography

Andrew Anthony is a feature writer and investigative journalist. He has written for the Observer since 1993, and also writes for the Guardian, Vogue and the Saturday Telegraph. His features cover a wide range of subjects- politics, crime, sport, literature, TV and popular culture. He was nominated for Feature Writer of the Year in 2000 and Sports Writer of the Year in 2003. He is also the author of On Penalites.

Product Details

Author
Andrew Anthony
Pages
336
ISBN-10
1784700428
ISBN-13
9781784700423
Format
Paperback
Publisher
Vintage Publishing
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Year
2018
Subtitle
How a guilty liberal lost his innocence
Publication Date
2018-02-15