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In the 19th century Garibaldi united a divided country. Today’s polarised politics could benefit from his pragmatic idealism.
The pandemic has destroyed countless community and public assets, but the power of local identity remains vital to our recovery.
The French novelist reflects on the work of Nelson Mandela, being painted by Chagall and 18th century French literature.
Many parents wonder how hard it is to write a children's book. But this collection of platitudes about paternal love is barely readable.
Two new books capture the resilient spirit of New York City – and the people who call it home.
The author discusses admiring Hillary Clinton, the Dutch artist Sam Drukker and anti-vaxxers.
How did an obscure magazine editor become an idol, and then a scandal, and then reassert his authority and rule for a further 15 years?
The unreal vision laid out in his new book explains the sad comedy of Miliband’s political career, and the rout of centre-left progressivism.
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