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Sheer silliness about British schools
An MP has called for an investigation into schools which teach subversive notions like lifelong marriage.
Overweight and over-hyped
Panicking over the obesity epidemic won't help anyone.
William F. Buckley Jr: catalyst for conservatism
His sparkling wit and trenchant analysis made him an institution in American political life.
A realistic strategy for fighting African AIDS
Discussion of the African AIDS crisis is riddled with ideology. The evidence shows that utilitarian HIV prevention guidelines are failing.
The Death of the Grown-Up
Today's Bright Young Things no longer glitter.
The thing Australians should really feel sorry about is trashing the Aboriginal family.
Sharia law for Britain?
Giving recognition to aspects of sharia, as suggested by the Archbishop of Canterbury, would damage the principle of equality before the law.
No place for Arabia in England’s pleasant land
The verbal stoning meted out to the Archbishop of Canterbury is understandable, says a Nigerian expatriate.
Ancient Rome on Five Denarii a Day
| 21 February 2008 |
A charming snap-shot of Roman society in the year AD 200, sure to appeal to aficionados of the Lonely Planet travel guides.
A 'biography' of the great basilica is an antidote to those who see it merely as a museum.
Let a hundred protests bloom
A dramatic withdrawal from the Beijing Games committee gives a lead to
those concerned about China's human rights record. But will others act?
No, not a military strongman, but the stuff of an intellectual coup for the students in a regional African quiz show.
Free to choose?
Belief in free will is diminishing and cheating is on the increase. A study shows the two are connected.
Moral sense and non-sense
The new science of morality might sound impressive to those mesmerised by science but is it really new?
Fatal Purity: Robespierre and the French Revolution
A detailed and compelling portrait of the architect of the Reign of Terror.
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