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On the Day that E.M. Forster Died (story)
by A.S. Byatt, pp. 3-8 -
by Geoffrey Grigson, p. 9 -
Tragic Dilemmas of Soviet World Power
by Zbigniew Brzezinski, pp. 10-16 -
by David Sutton, p. 17 -
The Concept of Peace
by Michael Howard, pp. 18-23 -
by John Levett, pp. 24-26 -
Who Are the Conservatives?
by George Watson, pp. 27-30 -
by "M.", pp. 31-32 -
Men & Ideas
by Dolf Sternberger, pp. 33-36 -
by Mary Sullivan, p. 37 -
by Peter Redgrove, p. 38 -
by Herbert Lomas, p. 39 -
Notes & Topics
by Francois Bondy, pp. 40-43 -
by Paul Groves, p. 44 -
Books & Writers
The City in History
by David Cannadine, pp. 45-48 -
Country Towns in Pre-Industrial England, by Peter Clark, ...
Retreat from Empire?
by John Grigg, pp. 49-54 -
Britain, Europe and the World, 1850-1986, by Bernard Porter, ...
The Yoke of the Past
by David Miles, pp. 55-59 -
Archaeology in Central Europe, by Karel Sklenar, ...
by John Mole, pp. 60-66 -
The Complete Poems, by Elizabeth Bishop, ...
by Peter Reading, p. 67 -
The Incredible Story of Michael Straight
by Sidney Hook, pp. 68-72 -
by Neil Astley, p. 73 -
Two Confessions from Nicaragua
by Lawrence E. Harrison and Miguel Bolanos ..., pp. 74-78 -
The Art of Ambivalent Questions
by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann, pp. 79-81 -
by Connie Bensley, p. 82 -
The Limits of Manipulation
by H.J. Eysenck, pp. 83-85 -
by Neil Powell, p. 86 -
East & West
From a Polish Prison
by Adam Michnik, pp. 87-93 -
by John Cotton, p. 94 -
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Life & Letters
, pp. 97-98 -
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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