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This is not music
At a recent paper-reading by, and discussion with, Perry Anderson at the Seagull Resource Centre, the subjects attended to were multiculturalism; its relationship with religion; the role of the Left; and multiculturalism in three relatively 'new' nat...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Food for all
Sir ' Mary Kate Olsen, if she has recovered completely after her 6-week stint in a clinic for an ea ...  | Read.. 
 
In gay abandon
Sir ' The editorial, 'Turn it down' (Nov 15), mentions that environmental activists as well as the ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PRINCE AND THE SHOWBOY
Light, as one of Walter Bagehot's memorable injunctions warned, destroys the magic of royalty. Charles, the prince of Wales, ...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
The late lamented Nasir
Ladies' club
Brick by brick
Too much presence
A damned choice
Whom the gods love
SCRIPSI
It would be hard to find a single instance of a direct assault by positive effort upon poverty, vice, and misery which has not either failed or, if it has not failed directly and entirely, has not entailed other evils greater than the one which it removed. ' WILLIAM GRAHAM SUMMER
 
INSIGHT
Religion Inc.
Basava Premanand watched television images of Jayendra Saraswati, the seer of Kancheepuram, escorted by police to jail, with ...  | Read..