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Magazine

New Statesman magazine

The great university con

Why the collapsing value of a British degree has created a lost generation, by Harry Lambert.

Plus: Stephen Bush on why a government of national unity won’t happen, and Imogen West-Knights remembers her lost friend through a vintage video game.

Politics

Culture

American Carnage

Gun deaths now seem factored-in to the discourse as acceptable losses. In this America, these shootings cannot be stopped.

How Joseph Roth saw Europe’s future

The Austrian novelist had a feel for the mood of the streets – and spotted the warning signs of the Second World War. 

 

Media, Tech and Digital Culture

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