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    A quarterly journal of ideas, science and culture from the Rationalist Association

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    The radical history of trousers

    It has been a long, uncomfortable journey for women to win the freedom to choose what they wear.

    By Sally Feldman
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    Mind, Body & Life
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    The radical history of trousers

    It has been a long, uncomfortable journey for women to win the freedom to choose what they wear.

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    Culture
    Elvis

    What Elvis tells us about rock gods

    Elvis Presley’s story tells us something about fame: worshipped at first, stars end up sacrificing themselves to their myths.

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    Politics & Conflict
    Sudan

    British medals for bravery reveal uncomfortable truths about Empire

    National stories involve forgetting, as much as they do remembering – just look at the way Britain’s colonial history is treated.

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    Science & Technology
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    Our incredible shrinking brains

    The human brain has shrunk around 10 per cent in mass since peaking in size 15-30,000 years ago.

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    Culture
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    Book review: Testament

    Kim Sherwood's novel is thoughtful examination of love and trauma.

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    Science & Technology
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    Self-knowledge through numbers

    Wearable technology can track our every movement and heartbeat – but what happens when insurers and employers get involved?

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    Politics & Conflict
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    Book review: Leftism Reinvented

    In a capitalist crisis, voters are punishing socialist parties. In her new book, Stephanie L. Mudge asks why.

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    Politics & Conflict
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    How the West helped to make Putin

    International institutions through which states are meant to solve disagreements seem in worse shape than ever – who is to blame?

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    Science & Technology
    Phages

    Turning the phage: a new front in the war on antibiotic resistance

    Long overlooked in the West, could bacteriophages be the secret weapon in tackling our growing resistance to antibiotics?

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