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September 1970 Issue

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  • Critics and the Public

    When it comes to judging culture, there are very real questions of what should be reviewed and, of course, who should review it.

  • Bloody Ulster

    "England must rule us, directly, totally," writes a former Ulsterman, who sees firm rule from London as the only hope for peace in tortured Northern Ireland.  

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