Tariq Ali | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Nicholas Murray

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Tariq Ali.
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Critical Review by Nicholas Murray

SOURCE: Murray, Nicholas. Review of Who's Afraid of Margaret Thatcher?, by Tariq Ali. New Statesman 108, no. 2794 (5 October 1984): 33.

In the following review, Murray provides a favorable assessment of Ali's introduction to Who's Afraid of Margaret Thatcher?

This short book [Who's Afraid of Margaret Thatcher?] consists of two long conversations which took place at County Hall in June 1983 and April 1984 between the two red horned and tailed demons whom Steve Bell delineates on the cover. It is an essential sequel to the unpolitical Citizen Ken and a must for all Livingstone-fanciers.

Tariq Ali's trenchant introduction aims its fairground rifle at a row of targets including the ‘pink professors’ (Crick and Hobsbawm), the ‘fashion conscious editors of Marxism Today’ who have done for radical chic what the Princess of Wales has done...

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