This volume of socio-political poetry examines and opposes the varieties of fascism and outright racism in Britain by writer-turned-activist Andy Carrington.
Mixing liberal/militant theories with his own experiences, he traces the decline of political parties like the NF and BNP to the rise of street-level movements like the English Defence League.
Examined, also, are the responses of the media, religious groups and casual pub goers to cultural divide and integration; and, perhaps most importantly, the frustrations many people are suffering in light of the recent recession that can lead to them joining such organisations.
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