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Timeless stories from our 170-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
Growing anti-Americanism is misguided by understandable
Dirty campaign tricks, Soviet-style
A country where important people still go around saying "Heil Hitler"
Britain's Social Democrats stand forthrightly against nastiness. It's not much of a governing principle, but it's working at the polls
Opposition to apartheid involves class snobbery as much as racial goodwill
It may be a nice place to visit, but a billion people have to live there
Heading for the apocalypse
England's retreat from civility
Yugoslavia's impulse for division
India's most frightful crime
Richard II of Tanzania
A good word for Mexico City
South Africa against the world