Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb is a British writer, lecturer and broadcaster. He is the author of War and the National Interest: Arguments for a British Foreign Policy

Author publications

Title Pub Date Languagesort descending
Traditionalism and Free Trade: An Exercise in Libertarian Outreach 06.02.2017 English
ANTI-SEMITISM 18.12.2017 English
Christian values are forbidden 02.12.2016 English
State Censorship, Corporate Censorship: A Libertarian View 08.09.2017 English
Death to America? 07.08.2018 English
The importance of Byzantium for the West 06.06.2018 English
The General Election: Where to Go Next 13.06.2017 English
Enoch Powell: The Man and his Politics 24.04.2018 English
The History of the Libertarian Alliance 15.03.2017 English
Peter Tatchell and the Total State 16.01.2018 English
British Politics: Waiting for the Revolution 16.12.2016 English
The Value of the Greek and Roman Classics 19.09.2017 English
Activism in Daily Life: Casting Votes that Count 27.08.2018 English
British Media as mouthpiece of the authorities 08.10.2016 English
THE STATE OF THE NATION: WHAT IS TO BE DONE? 21.06.2017 English
Joan O’Hagen's Jerome and His Women: Review by Richard Blake 07.05.2018 English
Viva Obama! A View from the English Right 13.04.2017 English
Europe: A Simplification of the Issues 01.03.2018 English
The Meaning in England of the New Year 31.12.2016 English
Michael Gove and Harvey Weinstein: No Laughing Matter at the BBC 31.10.2017 English
Jeremy Corbyn: A View from the Right 28.08.2018 English
The American Election through English Eyes 28.10.2016 English
LETTER FROM ENGLAND 1: SETTING THE SCENE 17.07.2017 English
STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST 19.06.2018 English
A Few Words on the General Election 03.05.2017 English

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