About this book
A punchy, witty and provocative look at the 21st century identity crisis, and why we are all obsessed with nationality, race and religion, from the "Guardian" columnist and feature writer.
What does it mean to call yourself British in the 21st Century? If Obama was raised by his white mother, why is he the first black president? Why do Muslims feel more at home in America, which invaded Iraq, than in France, which opposed the invasion? Who are we, and why does it matter? This title addresses these questions.