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Prospect Magazine  |  March 2017  


In Prospect’s March issue: Sam Tanenhaus, George Magnus and Dahlia Lithwick examine the state of America after Donald Trump’s first couple of weeks. Tanenhaus looks at the situation faced by the American press, Magnus looks at the state of global trade and Lithwick inspects the diminishing right to choice women face over abortion. Anne Perkins explores the rise of Theresa May through the political ranks and David Edmonds looks at how empathy affects our decision making.

Also in this issue: Jay Elwes on Trump’s relationship with America’s intelligence agencies, Anita Charlesworth on the state of the NHS and Nick Cohen on what is done in the name of “the people” by politicians
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Prospect Magazine March 2017.

From post-truth to post-freedom Foreword In February, the Speaker of the House of Commons, did something that Speakers never do: he spoke up. With a fl ourish that recalled Hugh Grant’s Downing Street outburst against ...
If I ruled the world Harriet Harman All prime ministers talk about families, which isn’t surprising. After all, families are everything for a child and for an elderly person—and very important for all the years in betwee...
Letters & opinions Hacking the election Luke Harding (“Click for regime change,” February) expressed relief that US agencies judged “the types of systems Russian actors targeted or compromised were not involved i...
Posturing behind “the people” The populist insurgency is a veil—masking money and power Nick Cohen Propaganda hides best behind simple words. The plainer the language, the more devious it can be. A speaker’s apparent ...
The Trump trap By trying to ban us, the President is stopping me leaving Ismail Einashe As I write this, I’m stuck in limbo in New York City, afraid to travel to the UK for fear of not being able to ret...
Labour pains By-election jitters reflect a more profound loss of the party’s historic plot Kate Allen Dear Labour, Politics is about telling stories to voters which explain their everyday experiences....
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Prospect Magazine   |   March 2017   


In Prospect’s March issue: Sam Tanenhaus, George Magnus and Dahlia Lithwick examine the state of America after Donald Trump’s first couple of weeks. Tanenhaus looks at the situation faced by the American press, Magnus looks at the state of global trade and Lithwick inspects the diminishing right to choice women face over abortion. Anne Perkins explores the rise of Theresa May through the political ranks and David Edmonds looks at how empathy affects our decision making.

Also in this issue: Jay Elwes on Trump’s relationship with America’s intelligence agencies, Anita Charlesworth on the state of the NHS and Nick Cohen on what is done in the name of “the people” by politicians
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