Suicide of a nation? An enquiry into the state of Britain today, by Fairlie [and others] Edited by Arthur Koestler.

New York, Macmillan, 1964 [c1963] .

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DA566.4 .K6 1964 Available Request
Other Title Encounter (London)
Subjects Great Britain -- Civilization.
Great Britain -- Relations.
Description 252 p. illus. 22 cm.
Notes Originally published in a slightly different form, as the July 1963 special issue of Encounter.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction : the lion and the ostrich -- Prelude : Blind man's buff -- On the comforts of anger / Henry Fairlie -- England, whose England? / Malcolm Muggeridge -- I. Cold class war -- Amateurs and gentlemen / Goronwy Rees -- The comforts of stagnation / Michael Shanks -- The plaintive treble / Andrew Shonfield -- Taboo on expertise / Austen Albu -- 'A red under every bed?' / Aidan Crawley -- The price of obstinacy / John Cole -- II. Island & mainland -- Commonwealth, Common Market, common sense / Hugh Seton-Watson -- The logic of survival / John Mander -- A cure for Westminster / John Grigg (formerly Lord Altrincham) -- The French paradox (A note from Paris) -- III. Towards a new society? -- This gale-swept chip / Cyril Connolly -- The comforts of the sick-bay / Marcus Cunliffe -- Sex on these islands / Alan McGlashan -- Against the stream / Elizabeth Young -- The tragedy of being clever / John Vaizey -- Postscript : the manager and the muses.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm01127577
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