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The only people I have seen trying to eliminate biological sex are third-wave feminists
This magnificent one volume history details the tumultuous days of the Indian army in the jungles of Burma
Why are publishers so sniffy about stocking fillers?
The failure of Stonewall’s “no debate” strategy has given many a Wizard of Oz moment
Is The Matrix best judged as cinema or cultural phenomenon?
Serenhedd James heads to Burlington House for the RA’s summer show
Professor Jeremy Black offers Graham Stewart a crash course in the history of war
Being in power a long time doesn’t guarantee you’ll get things done
Intelligent and well played though it is, Franziska Lee’s album of Londonoid piano pieces can’t make a bad sonata better
It seems “Global Britain” is smaller and less delicious
Alexander Larman reports from a half-liberated, half-imprisoned world
Thomas Woodham-Smith on the trade’s true mavericks