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Written on: 27/10/2009
This is a brutally honest assessment of life in particular areas of the United Kingdon. There is no "pushing" of ideas, but the presenting of evidence, over and over again to prove the damage that can be done by removing people's need to look after themselves. Anthony Daniels, writing as Theodore, points out the damage done by a state that no longer holds a large section of the community responsible for their actions.
Just to prove his point, this weekend I heard of a work colleague who was… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2006 by arvanie (1 review written)
The Theodore Dalrymple, Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass book describes why the underclass should not be seen as a victim of circumstances and bad youth, but should take its own responsibility. Government (and progressive ones) should also act in this line.
It is described and concluded by one with a lot of operational experience, and supported with many shocking examples. Intriguing, is to read between the lines that the riots in France were predicted in this book… Read Full Review
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