The Age of Indifference


The English working class is dead – its traditions and values have been replaced by sentimentality and the false promises of celebrity and credit cards. It’s time the people rediscovered their collective power and sense of pride, argues Scottish novelist Andrew O’Hagan.

Read the article in The Guardian



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