About this book
A look at the current political landscape, in which the traditional values of the Right and Left have been eroded away, examining how it came about. By looking at the role of Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan, Hitchens argues that they permanently changed domestic and international politics.
The main assault on freedom of expression comes from the Left, in the form of political correctness. At the same time other traditional and customary frontiers between Left and Right have melted away. This title dissects the political landscape in which traditional values of Right and Left have been eroded away.