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28 February 2000: The idea of old Labour is largely a myth, and the product of ignorance.
19 June 1920: It is curious to observe how much these two statesmen of 20th-century Europe have in common.
6 January 1934: Somerset Maugham approaches his 60th birthday.
12 January 1935: Is this agreement a guarantee of peace, or yet “another pious aspiration”?
12 December 1986: New Statesman staff respond to their editor on nuclear disarmament.
1 April 1950: The too-good-to-be-true “new” Vermeers.
16 May 1942: Would Thomas Hardy have been one of the great English poets?
28 July 1945: The problem of German prisoners of war.
25 November 1983: How President Reagan has been misunderstood and undervalued by the left
27 October 1978: On the precariousness of friendship between writers.
1 July 1963: The brutal reality of Liverpool in the early 1960s.