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March 28–April 4, 2016 Issue


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  • Books & the Arts

    A European Union?

    Stefan Zweig’s essays in Messages From a Lost World are a product of his displacement and a sharp reminder to citizens about the agony in the present age of the refugee.

    Gavin Jacobson

  • Margaret Thatcher’s Fogeyism

    Charles Moore, the prime minister’s authorized biographer, believes the successes of Thatcherism to be self-evident, and he frequently lets his biases show.

    K. Biswas

  • A Critic’s Job of Work

    I don’t see my job as making or breaking an artist. I have other responsibilities toward art.

    Barry Schwabsky
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