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1968 in the Time of the Plague
Public Seminar
Article by Jeremy Varon, Editor of The Sixties

Jeremy Varon in Conversation: The Meanings and Legacies of the 1960s
The New School: Research Matters
Interview with Jeremy Varon, Editor of The Sixties

Why the lack of Indian and African faces in Dunkirk matters
The Guardian
“‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide”
Commonwealth & Imperial History

Mainstream media’s moral cowardice: Time for the Times (and everyone else) to stand against evil
Salon

“The idea of “the liberal media” and its roots in the civil rights movement”
The Sixties

History tells us we've got GDP wrong. Here's why
World Economic Forum
Article by Luke Messac, author of “Outside the Economy: Women’s Work and Feminist Economics in the Construction and Critique of National Income Accounting”
The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 

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