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Digby C. Anderson
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Digby C. Anderson (born 25 May 1944) is the founder and former director (until 2004) of the Social Affairs Unit, a public policy c think-tank created in 1980. He is a priest in the Church of England.

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Flag as Inappropriate. Anderson, Digby, Charles Moore, and Michael Heath, The English At Table, Social Affairs Unit, 2006

Flag as Inappropriate. Anderson, Digby, Charles Moore, and Michael Heath, The English At Table, Social Affairs Unit, 2006. Anderson, Digby, Decadence: The Passing of Personal Virtue and Its Replacement by Political and Psychological Slogans, Social Affairs Unit, 2005. Anderson, Digby, All Oiks Now: The Unnoticed Surrender of Middle England, Social Affairs Unit, 2004. Anderson, Digby (ed), The War on Wisdom, Social Affairs Unit, 2002.

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Digby Anderson is founder Director of the Social Affairs Unit, and food columnist for the Spectator - he. .This book, a collection of essays, gives a thorough analysis of the sentimentalisation of modern society in different areas

Digby Anderson is founder Director of the Social Affairs Unit, and food columnist for the Spectator - he lives in Milton Keynes Peter Mullen is an Anglican clergyman, author and journalist. This book, a collection of essays, gives a thorough analysis of the sentimentalisation of modern society in different areas. Emotions take over everywhere; a typical example is the late Diana, Princess of Wales, who, in this book, is thoroughly debunked as someone who was only led by sentimentality and who was unaware of the responsibilities of her social position. This book is recommended reading for all those interested in societal values today.

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The strain of has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.

The strain of has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge. The rise of idiot America today represents - for profit mainly, but also and more cynically, for political advantage in the pursuit of power - the breakdown of a consensus that the pursuit of knowledge is a good. It also represents the ascendancy of the notion that the people whom we should trust the least are the people who best know what they are talking about.

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