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The New Statesman
New Times: Mariana Mazzucato on why it's time for progressives to rethink capitalismthe basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It
New Times: Mariana Mazzucato on why it's time for progressives to rethink capitalism
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
the basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It is big on superstructure and weak on base. Historians of the left used to produce the best dissections of nations and nationalism, too, but there is little sense today... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why I won't miss the Great British Bake Offthe basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It
Why I won't miss the Great British Bake Off
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
the basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It is big on superstructure and weak on base. Historians of the left used to produce the best dissections of nations and nationalism, too, but there is little sense today... Read more
4 related stories
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The New Statesman
New Times: Paul Mason on why the left must be ready to cause a commotionthe basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It
New Times: Paul Mason on why the left must be ready to cause a commotion
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
the basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It is big on superstructure and weak on base. Historians of the left used to produce the best dissections of nations and nationalism, too, but there is little sense today... Read more
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The New Statesman
What are the New Times? Why we're looking back to assess the future of the leftthe basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It
What are the New Times? Why we're looking back to assess the future of the left
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
the basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It is big on superstructure and weak on base. Historians of the left used to produce the best dissections of nations and nationalism, too, but there is little sense today... Read more
4 related stories
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The New Statesman
James Purnell: the Labour minister who could be king at the BBCthe basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It
James Purnell: the Labour minister who could be king at the BBC
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
the basic ballast of social democracy – the family, the home, the community. It is big on superstructure and weak on base. Historians of the left used to produce the best dissections of nations and nationalism, too, but there is little sense today... Read more
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The Irish Times
Wherever the Firing Line Extends: Ireland and the Western Front reviewheavily at Rue du Bois, in the Pas de Calais. Photograph: Illustrated London Ne
Wherever the Firing Line Extends: Ireland and the Western Front review
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
heavily at Rue du Bois, in the Pas de Calais. Photograph: Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans “Site of memory” is what historians now call the places that symbolise key episodes in the past. Ronan McGreevy has written a vivid and endlessly... Read more
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The Irish Times
A history of the Irish in the first World War in two dozen monumentswas an act of serendipity which brought me to this place. I was looking for Nim
A history of the Irish in the first World War in two dozen monuments
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
was an act of serendipity which brought me to this place. I was looking for Nimy Bridge, a railway bridge at which Lieut Maurice Dease from Coole, Co Westmeath, won the first Victoria Cross of the war. Though wounded several times, Dease died at... Read more
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Daily Journal
South Jersey Jewish farmers focus of exhibitCentral New Jersey with roots reaching back to the 1880s. The agricultural mov
South Jersey Jewish farmers focus of exhibit
Daily Journal / Posted 1 months ago
Central New Jersey with roots reaching back to the 1880s. The agricultural movement recently captured the attention of historians, with South Jersey in the larger portrait of how immigrants to the "Golden Land," envisioned this country, turning... Read more

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