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by Will Hutton, pp. 3-4 -
by David Marquand, p. 5 -
Eye to Eye
by Beatrix Campbell, pp. 6-8 -
by Sarah Benton, p. 9 -
, pp. 10-12 -
by Suzanne Moore, p. 13 -
Britain's Days of Judgement
by Charlie Leadbeater, pp. 14-19 -
Germany's Morning After
by Richard Evans, pp. 20-23 -
A Global Sense of Place
by Doreen Massey, pp. 24-29 -
The Empire Strikes Back
by Frank Keating, pp. 30-31 -
No Marks for Education
by Andy Green, pp. 32-35 -
by Franco Bianchini, pp. 36-37 -
The Magic Box
by Nicole Ward Jouve, pp. 38-39 -
by Tim Clarke, pp. 40-41 -
by Susan Watts, pp. 42-43 -
The Great Day
by Angela McRobbie, p. 44 -
Rites of Marrying, by Simon R. Charsley
Rites of Marrying
by Simon R. Charsley
by Natasha Moar, p. 44 -
The Lagoon and Other Stories, by Janet Frame, ...
by Lauren Milne Henderson, p. 45 -
Don Juan in the Village, by Jane DeLynn
Don Juan in the Village
by Jane DeLynn
by Kieran Gallagher, pp. 45-47 -
The Virtues of the Solitary Bird, by Juan Goytisolo
The Virtues of the Solitary Bird
by Juan Goytisolo
by Frances Barber, pp. 48-50 -
by Pearce Marchbank, -
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