He is the author or editor of fifteen books including thinking the twentieth century the memory chalet ill fares the land reappraisals reflections on the forgotten twentieth century and postwar a history of europe since 1945 which was one of the new york times book reviews ten best books of 2005 the winner of the council on foreign . From one of our greatest historians and public intellectuals reflections on a twentieth century that is turning into ancient history when its not being displaced by myth or forgotten entirely with unprecedented speed and at great cost the accelerating changes of the past generation have been . Reappraisals reflections on the forgotten twentieth century tony judt published by william heinemann as tony judt argues persuasively in reappraisals we have entered an age of forgettingtodays world is so utterly unlike the world of just twenty years ago that we have set aside our immediate past even before we could make sense of it. Review reappraisals reflections on the forgotten twentieth century by tony judt theres something remarkably prescient about judts attacks on new labour and free marketeers of the right. By tony judt heinemann 2008 20 in the early 1990s tony judt was in his mid 40s a fairly obscure british historian specialising in modern french history
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