“It explores pretty well the European reaction to Communism and Fascism in the 1930s. It’s one of his six comic novels and it’s Ethiopia. It is kind of a political version of Scoop. It’s about blacks who are in fact red, as in Communist, and then there are the blacks who are black and there is an explanation of the political situation in this imaginary African country that is every bit as good as Mr Salter and Lord Copper at The Daily Beast.” Read more...
The Best Political Satire Books
P. J. O’Rourke,