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    Book Review: Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason by David Harvey

Book Review: Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason by David Harvey

In Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason, David Harvey provides a new systemisation of Karl Marx’s work […]

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    LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny by Ian Davidson

LSE Lit Fest 2017 Book Review: The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny by Ian Davidson

In The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny, Ian Davidson offers a new examination of the diverse factors that […]

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    LSE RB in Review: The Top 12 Book Reviews of 2016 (Part One)

LSE RB in Review: The Top 12 Book Reviews of 2016 (Part One)

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What were you reading in 2016 on LSE Review of Books? In Part One of our […]

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    Book Review: Historically Inevitable: Turning Points in the Russian Revolution edited by Tony Brenton

Book Review: Historically Inevitable: Turning Points in the Russian Revolution edited by Tony Brenton

For the edited collection Historically Inevitable: Turning Points in the Russian Revolution, editor Tony Brenton brings together fourteen leading scholars […]

Book Review: The Ways of the World by David Harvey

The Ways of the World offers an intellectual journey through the work of David Harvey over the past five […]

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    #IWD2016 Book Review: SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard

#IWD2016 Book Review: SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard

With SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome, the renowned Cambridge classicist Mary Beard presents a new history of ‘the Senate […]

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    Book Review: The War That Ended Peace: How Europe Abandoned Peace for the First World War by Margaret MacMillan

Book Review: The War That Ended Peace: How Europe Abandoned Peace for the First World War by Margaret MacMillan

Beginning in the early nineteenth century and ending with the assassination of Arch Duke Franz Ferdinand, historian Margaret MacMillan […]

Book Review: Armchair Nation: An Intimate History of Britain in front of the TV by Joe Moran

Armchair Nation aims to reveal the fascinating, lyrical and sometimes surprising history of television, from the first demonstration by John Logie […]

Book Review: Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination by Frank Partnoy

In Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination, Frank Partnoy argues that decisions of all kinds, whether ‘snap’ or long-term, benefit from […]

Book Review: The New North: Our World in 2050 by Laurence C. Smith

Laurence C. Smith shows how, by 2050, Canada, Scandinavia, Russia and the northern United States may be flourishing as formidable economic powers […]

Book Review: The Library Book by Alan Bennett et al

The Library Book has excerpts from 23 of the UK’s most notable writers, including Zadie Smith, Julian Barnes and […]

Book Review: The Tyranny of Choice, by Renata Salecl

In the context of the continuing global Occupy movement, The Tyranny of Choice adds an eloquent voice to the growing expression of […]

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