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Mistaken liberals
I have been living in the eastern United States this fall, at a time when the botched invasion of Iraq dominates the public discourse. I am based in a (mostly liberal) university, where defenders of the war-makers — George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, <...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Spare the child
Sir — Shreyashi Chowdhury’s death should be a warning for working parents. There are many like Shr ...  | Read.. 
 
Revisiting history
Sir — It is not for us to decide whether Britons are right in renovating John Nicholson’s cemetery ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
PARTY AND GOVERNMENT
One of the imperceptible threats to democracy in India is the gradual but unmistakable blurring of the division between the g...| Read.. 
 
THIS ABOVE ALL
Old feelings die hard
The last time I met Lalit Suri was at a crowded book launch presided over by the prime minister. Although we had met twice ea...  | Read.. 
 
SCRIPSI
News of one day, one afternoon, one time. / If it were possible to take these things / Quite seriously, I believe they might / Curry disorders in the strongest brain, / Immobilize the most resilient will, / Stop trains, break up the city’s food supply, / And perfectly demoralize the nation. — JOHN BERRYMAN
 
PEOPLE
Clean, but where’s the sheen'
Despite having been in politics for over four decades, A.K. Antony has never quite made a name for himself as an able admini...  | Read..