To celebrate one hundred years of the New Statesman, we have published a comprehensive anthology of the best and boldest writing from our archive.
The New Statesman Centuryis a superb selection of the best political and cultural writing of the last hundred years.
You can now own it in a single digital edition, available from Amazon. It contains hundreds of articles not to be found anywhere else, including...
...as well as contributions by Virginia Woolf, Hugh Grant, Eric Hobsbawm, Julian Barnes, Gore Vidal, Graham Greene, Rebecca West, E M Forster, D H Lawrence, Seamus Heaney, T S Eliot and John Maynard Keynes – plus landmark interviews and profiles of Tony Blair, Harold Wilson, Margaret Thatcher, Mahatma Gandhi, and Winston Churchill.
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