Books & Essays
Books & Essays
23 July 2016

‘There is a moral case for abortion’

Ann Furedi discusses her new book.

10 July 2016

The generation wars

From the generation of 1914 to the Millennials, what can generational labels really tell us?

1 July 2016

Generation jihadi

Olivier Roy talks to Josie Appleton about why radical Islam has become a global youth protest movement.

1 July 2016

The eve of youthful destruction

A 1960s firebrand explores the generational cleavages of that most tumultuous of decades.

1 July 2016

Anarchy in the EU?

Would the 1970s punk generation have backed Brexit?

Dreams of a family

Stephanie Coontz’s re-issued challenge to 1950s nostalgia, The Way We Never Were, continues to provoke.

1 July 2016

Taking on the snowflakes

Claire Fox’s rousing new book digs deep into the genesis of generation snowflake.

21 June 2016

Varoufakis: no friend of democracy

His new book sums up the Euro-left’s fear of the people.

3 June 2016

DeLillo: the great chronicler of anxiety

His new novel is a remarkable story of longed-for transcendence.

26 May 2016

Bradbury: between dystopia and hope

A new study of Ray Bradbury reminds us how much the author of Fahrenheit 451 believed in humanity.