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Articles in this issue
Below is a selction of articles in Prospect Magazine November 2016.
Patriot games in a global economy
Foreword Put out more flags! That’s the mood of the moment. A new preoccupation with borders is palpable from Hungary, where a contrived plebiscite just notched up a 98 per cent vote against the Eur...
If I ruled the world
ROBERTO RICCIUTI/GETTY IMAGES If I did rule the world, no one would be allowed to post opinions online about a woman’s appearance without being obliged to post a photograph of themselves in a similar...
firstname.lastname@example.org Old school Alan Johnson describes, eloquently, the problems of the old grammar school system (“Schools and hard knocks,” October). That system became deeply unpopular ...
The first graduating class of New Mexico State University, that of 1893, had just one member, who was shot and killed shortly before graduation. New Mexico State University The landmass of Bangladesh...
Marks out of No. 10
How is history going to treat David Cameron? Making snap judgments on a prime minister’s long-term legacy can be a dangerous business. When Tony Blair was cheered out of the Commons he looked set fo...
Repeal now, pay later
Theresa May’s proposed Great Repeal Act moves the Brexit debate on, but only on how Brexit will occur. The what—the shape of our future relations with Europe, that is, the question glossed over by Ma...