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|Description:||xxii, 330 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. 1. God. 'Kill the blasphemer' : rules for censors (1): demand a respect you don't deserve --
A clash of civilisations? : rules for censors (2): a little fear goes a long, long way --
Manufacturing offence : rules for censors (3): go postal! --
The racism of the anti-racists : rules for censors (4): say that it is bigoted to oppose bigotry --
How to fight back : John Milton and the absurdity of identity politics --
pt. 2. Money. The cult of the supreme manager : rules for censors (5): people don't want to know --
A town called Sue : rules for censors (6): money makes you a member of a master race --
How to fight back : John Stuart Mill and the struggle to speak your mind --
pt. 3. State. The Internet and the revolution : rules for censors (7): look to the past/think of the future --
The Internet and the counter-revolution --
How to fight back : advice for free-speaking citizens.
'Cohen is perhaps the most insightful, thought-provoking and entertaining political writer in Britain today, and comes from the honest tradition of English liberal thought that threads from John