Richard Seymour is a Northern Irish writer and broadcaster, and a founding editor of Salvage magazine. His writing can be found in the New York Times, The Guardian, the London Review of Books, the New Statesman, Al Jazeera, and innumerable other publications. He is the author of The Liberal Defence of Murder (2008), The Meaning of David Cameron (2010), American Insurgents (2012), Unhitched (2013), Against Austerity (2014), Corbyn: The Strange Rebirth of Radical Politics (2016 & 2017), The Twittering Machine (2019), and is a co-author of The Tragedy of the Worker (2021) by the Salvage collective. His regular writings can also be found on his Patreon.Read more Read less
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