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Reviewed in the LRB - Vol. 45 No. 7

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Shortlisted for the Financial Times Business Book of the Year Award***A Waterstones Best Books of 2022 pick***A Financial Times, The Times and The Economist Book of the…

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Barely a week goes by without the Metropolitan Police being plunged into a new crisis. Demoralised, Scotland Yard is a shadow of its former self.Spanning the three decades from the infamous Stephen Lawrence case to the shocking murder of…

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‘The authors of this absorbing book have a strong command of detail, context and narrative structure… the results are impressively claustrophobic.’ – Times Literary Supplement‘Gripping… The authors…

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In thirty years on the front line of British policing, there is very little that Iain Donnelly didn’t do: from being a uniformed constable on the beat in London to running counter-terrorism and surveillance operations, combatting…

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“There were two types of culture… Official culture and underground culture. I was always for underground culture.” Rudy Fuchs, Bone cutter and collector During the Cold War era, the songs that Soviet…

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A must-read follow-up to The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, one of the most important books of the twentieth century. This book contains the text of Thomas S. Kuhn's unfinished book, The Plurality of Worlds: An Evolutionary Theory of…

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From the author of The Shifts and the Shocks, and one of the most influential writers on economics, a reckoning with how and why the relationship between democracy and capitalism is coming undoneWe are living in an age when economic…

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'A characteristically radical re-reading of history that places the social and political experiments of pirates at the heart of the European Enlightenment. A brilliant companion volume to the best-selling Dawn of…

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'Extraordinary, thrilling, immersive... at times almost Tolstoyan in its emotional intelligence and literary power' Simon SchamaIt was a time of climate change and colonialism, puritans and populism, witch hunts and war. A greater…

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