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 Datesort ascending Language
Boris Johnson: With a Bound Set Free 06.09.2019 English
Tax Drink: Hurt the Poor 26.08.2019 English
Brexit: Is There a British Strategy? 19.08.2019 English
Boris Johnson: A Brief Evaluation 29.07.2019 English
What about the Workers? A Libertarian Answer 09.07.2019 English
Starve the System, Feed Yourself: The Joys of Buying Second-Hand 27.06.2019 English
THE CONSERVATIVES: USEFUL IDIOTS OR UNFIT FOR PURPOSE? 17.06.2019 English
The meaning of Christmas for the Orthodox and the Catholic traditions 25.12.2018 English
Britain: A World Power Again, if by Accident? 24.12.2018 English
“Which if not Victory is Yet Revenge” Thoughts on the Tory Apocalypse 03.12.2018 English
Theresa May: A Study in Bare-Faced Wickedness 21.11.2018 English
Thoughts on the Fallen 11.11.2018 English
The Environmental Scam: One Quick and Easy Response 09.10.2018 English
Theresa May: A Qualified Defence 18.09.2018 English
Jeremy Corbyn: A View from the Right 28.08.2018 English
Activism in Daily Life: Casting Votes that Count 27.08.2018 English
Death to America? 07.08.2018 English
IN PRAISE OF JEFF BEZOS 23.07.2018 English
Anti-Leftism: A Century of Failure 10.07.2018 English
STORIES FROM THE LIFE OF CHRIST 19.06.2018 English
The importance of Byzantium for the West 06.06.2018 English
Joan O’Hagen's Jerome and His Women: Review by Richard Blake 07.05.2018 English
Enoch Powell: The Man and his Politics 24.04.2018 English
THE NOT SO RESISTIBLE RISE OF JEREMY CORBYN 19.04.2018 English
The Futility of Electoral Politics 11.04.2018 English

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