Describes the life of the English American author and journalist who was a prominent public intellectual who wrote about his theophobia and how he was equally fascinated and repulsed by both the Left and the Right as revolutionary forces. Original. 15, 000 first printing.This is particularly apparent in his writings on Marxism and empire, as well as his celebration of the US conquest of the Native Americans. But it is ... If wealth is not the result of nepotism, monopoly, or political dynasty, it must reflect only talent and hard work. ... When Hitchens complained of the a#39;dead laboura#39; squandered in the stock market crash, he referred of course to what he took to be his dead labour.
|Title||:||Unhitched: The Trial of Christopher Hitchens|
|Publisher||:||Verso Books - 2012|