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Science & Tech
Self-care can’t heal the nation, but cigarettes might
By Will Lloyd
Decades after Dallas, the Dems keep drinking from the poisoned Kennedy chalice
The kind of old-fashioned humanism espoused by Harper Lee is being left behind and replaced with radical, uncompromising demands
Isn’t there a sinister side to an army of 17,000 citizen activists looking for damaging intel on Republicans?
The celebrated writer made social activism a lot less dangerous to the ruling class
The Facebook CEO is enthralled by the power ancient tyrants wielded
The entrepreneur only seems like an oddball because culture is so homogenised
From Cool to Cringe: what’s happened to American culture?
Francis Fukuyama does not read your tweets
Is your baby racist?
Has politics turned Netflix viewers off?
Michael Anton and the stakes of 2020
Silence isn’t violence
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.