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2015
Le Guen, Aline

For decades, left-wing historians have persistently maintained that the Great War was a series of mistakes and was ultimately meaningless. Author Mervyn F. Bendle's latest book explores the origins of such thinking, writes Aline Le Guen...

2015
Allsop, Richard

For forty years, libertarianism has been an important voice in public debate, explains Richard Allsop.

2015
Allen, Darcy

Review(s) of: The age of cryptocurrency: How bitcoin and digital money are challenging the global economic order, by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey. St Martin's Press, 2015, 368 pages...

2015
Allen, Darcy

Political entrepreneurs are finding ways to break the strong relationship between regulators and the industries controlling them, writes Darcy Allen, and in doing so are paving the way to a freer market

2015
Novak, Mikayla

Review(s) of: The libertarian mind: A manifesto for freedom, by David Boaz. Simon & Schuster, 2015, 432 pages

2015
Berg, Chris

Ten years ago in September 2005, the Danish newspaper 'Jyllands-Posten' published twelve cartoons and sparked what the Danish prime minister described as the worst crisis in Danish foreign policy since the Second World War....

2015
Allsop, Richard

Review(s) of: Dick Hamer: The liberal Liberal, By Tim Colebatch. Scribe, 2014, 520 pages

2015
Gregory, Peter

Only the 'right' kind of people should be allowed to help others. By Peter Gregory...

2015
Forrest, Stephanie

Review(s) of: The Churchill factor: How one man made history, by Boris Johnson. Riverhead Books, 2014, 416 pages

2015
Bolt, James

Review(s) of: Revolution, by Russell Brand. Random House, 2014, 350 pages

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