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Britain and America are unusually vulnerable, for the same progressive reasons
Don’t go to bed early, says Graham Stewart
How parties peek at postal votes before polling day
The scientific method remains dissent and criticism, even for Lockdowns
In response to Daniel Johnson’s March feature, Henry George argues that a return to Reaganism is not the future of American conservatism
Sometimes it’s hard to get anyone right
Morality isn’t scientific
People are terrified of modernity’s great gift: the sudden freedom to make appalling noise, says Robert Thicknesse
Daniel Johnson says the fact that Foucault scholars now overlook his advocacy for sex with boys shows the great libertine failed to overturn Judaeo-Christian morality
Minoo Dinshaw fills in the gaps in an official guide to Scottish history
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, has a year of lockdowns shown us that equality in the home is still a fantasy?
John Springs on illustrating US Presidents throughout his career
Does the printer really “experience” anything?