Heartfield's reference was to Hitchens and Moore and what I took to mean celebrities in general. On this level I maintained the Brits have done well here. I'm aware of the sentiments you raise (I once lived in Inwood/Washington Heights, in NYC).
> movies: Michael Collins, Braveheart, Trainspotting, Devil's
Own, In the Name of the Father. One could argue that Austin Powers and the forthcoming sequel play to anti-British sentiment.>
You forgot Breaker Morant (which I must have watched a dozen times) and Gallipoli, but there's plenty that go in the other direction.
> Christopher Hitchens is mad again. This time hes
> chosen another old friend to pick on: The Nation . . .
It's almost time to lay odds that Hitchens does a Horowitz.