Ken Follett's final entry in his twentieth-century trilogy is a rollicking reminder of yesterday’s optimism.
PJ O’Rourke gives his much-maligned generation a break.
The authors of Parenting Culture Studies outline the themes of this important new book.
Social conservatives, take note: it is oxymoronic to try to strengthen the family by bombarding parents with patronising advice.
American academic Joan Wolf tells spiked why the militant lactivists of the breastfeeding lobby found her book Is Breast Best? so hard to swallow.
Must-reads from the past week
ESSAY: Among abortion activists, there’s a worrying shift from supporting choice to demanding ‘justice’.
ESSAY: When it comes to parents, the Lib-Cons are as manipulative and distrustful as their predecessors.
Everyone talks about the impact, whether good or bad, of the tumultuous Sixties - but two in-depth books about that decade say and reveal more than most.
ESSAY: The state’s relentless undermining of parental authority has created a world in which no one knows how to control children or teens.
Jennie Bristow answers your questions on how to be a subversive parent and stand up to ‘supernanny’.