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Review by Peter Temple There is a photograph in Christopher Hitchens's autobiography of a group of smug-looking English youths sitting cross-legged on a footpath. It's 1968. Bloody political unrest is shaking Europe; the February Tet offensive has lit the exit sign for the US in Vietnam.

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