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|Antony Loewenstein +||My Israel question +, The blogging revolution +, Left turn +, …|
|Ben Brown +||Sandstealers +|
|Bruce Anderson +||John Major: the making of the Prime Minister +|
|Christopher Booker +||The Neophiliacs: Revolution in English Life in the Fifties and Sixties +, Goodbye London: an illustrated guide to threatened buildings +, The seventies: portrait of a decade +, …|
|Daisy Buchanan +||The Wickedly Unofficial Guide To Made In Chelsea +|
|David Bolchover +||The 90-Minute Manager: Lessons from the Sharp End of Management +, The Living Dead: Switched Off, Zoned Out - The Shocking Truth About Office Life +, Pay check : are top earners really worth it? +|
|David Graeber +||Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams. New York +, Fragments of an Anarchist Anthropology +, Lost People: Magic and the Legacy of Slavery in Madagascar +, …|
|Glenn Greenwald1 +||How Would a Patriot Act? - defending American values from a president run amok +, A tragic legacy - how a good versus evil mentality destroyed the Bush presidency +, Great American hypocrites - toppling the big myths of Republican politics +|
|Joan Bakewell +||The new priesthood: British television today +, The centre of the bed +, Belief +, …|
|Matthew d'Ancona +||The ties that bind us: a study of civic society in an English town +, The Jesus papyrus +, The quest for the true cross +, …|
|Nafeez Ahmed +||A user's guide to the crisis of civilization and how to save it +, The London bombings : an independent inquiry +, The war on truth : 9/11, disinformation, and the anatomy of terrorism +, …|
|Patrick Bishop +||The winter war: the Falklands +, The Provisional IRA (with [http://eamonnmallie.com Eamonn Mallie]) +, Famous victory: the Gulf War +, …|
|Roger Bootle +||Theory of Money +, Index-Linked Gilts +, Death of Inflation: Surviving and Thriving in the Zero Era +, …|
|Selina Todd +||Young Women, Work, and Family in England, 1918-1950 +|