Monday Morning Blues
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Monday Morning Blues (2000) is the second book by the British conservative journalist Peter Hitchens. It is a collection of articles reprinted from the Daily Express, which were originally published during the mid to late 1990s. Topics range from arguments for the death penalty and laments for the decline of the BBC among other developments of which Hitchens disapproves. The cover depicts a caricature of Tony Blair stating "I can't understand why these young people don't respect the past".
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