A modern manifesto for the right-thinking left

When a small group of political obsessives meet in a pub and announce the desire to change the world, it can seem like the only rational response is mockery.

22nd April, 2006

When a small group of political obsessives meet in a pub and announce the desire to change the world, it can seem like the only rational response is mockery.

History’s landscape is littered with the crumbling skeletons of factions that once promised radicalism or revolution. Their members tried to force the dawn of a brave new world, only to be met with a shrug of the shoulders from the citizens of the mundane old world....

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