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Richard D. North, born 1946, is a UK conservative commentator. He worked for The Independent newspaper as its first environment correspondent (1986-1990) and then as environmental columnist for The Sunday Times (1990-1992). His book, Life On a Modern Planet: A manifesto for progress (Manchester University Press, 1995) was widely regarded as a renunciation of his green ideals. Richard D North :: New stuff :: Life On a Modern Planet: reviews He now works with the free-market thinktank, the Institute of Economic Affairs (as media fellow) and with the conservative Social Affairs Unit, where he blogs on art, film and social issues.
Total Books: 8
The Social Affairs Unit has published North's Rich Is Beautiful: A very personal defence of Mass Affluence (2005), Mr Blair's Messiah Politics: Or what happened when Bambi tried to save the world (2006) and Scrap the BBC!': Ten years to set broadcasters free (2007).