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In 2018 the US Centre held its first essay competition for LSE Undergraduate students, with the theme of “What does 2018 mean for x”. Here we present the winning essay by Rafae Qazi and the two runners up:

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For more information about how students can get involved with the LSE US Centre, please see our For Students page.

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