How different from the timorous and docile British. For 10 years, economic theorists have declared war on their immediate interests, reduced thousands to paralysed squalor, and taken possession of the only political instrument that might have defended them - but didn't - the Labour Party.
The greatest failure in Britain today is not the social and economic divide, or class, or the greed of the boardroom - it is the docility, subservience, and submission of the British people themselves.
From Mr Lionel M. Redit
Sir: Will 1995 make 1789 look like 1968?
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