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Everything in moderation

By: Finkelstein, Daniel

0008356602 / 9780008356606
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24 cm 336 pages
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'I've never met Danny Finkelstein but I think I'm in love with him.

His book is such good company - sane, intelligent and witty.

He deals with serious subjects in an immensely readable way ...

If I'm asked to nominate my book of the year, this will be it' Wendy Cope Writing on everything from a defence of suburban life and moderate politics to big ideas and pop culture, Daniel Finkelstein is one of the UK's most entertaining and widely read columnists. This collection brings together Finkelstein's greatest writings from The Times, ranging from the personal - with his articles on growing up Jewish in Hendon Central and on the deaths of both of his parents - to the political, with columns on how to predict elections, the way political science showed us Ed Miliband was on his way to defeat, and why the base rate of coups meant Jeremy Corbyn wouldn't be ousted before an election. Wry, informed and often brilliantly funny, these pieces zip between Walt Disney, Hilary Clinton, David Bowie, Margaret Thatcher, Clement Attlee and Muhammed Ali.

They make arguments about football, assisted dying, the art of becoming Prime Minister and the musical Hamilton.

Cutting through the chatter to get to the centre of politics and culture, this varied and stimulating book gives an eclectic insight into the biggest conversations of the modern day.

Everything is here. In moderation of course.


1DBK United Kingdom, Great Britain, 1KB North America, 2AB English, 3JMC c 2000 to c 2010, 3JMG c 2010 to c 2020, BJ Diaries, letters & journals, JP Politics & government

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