London Review of Books 42/15 30 July 2020

Frances Stonor Saunders: The Suitcase

ISBN13/Barcode: 9770260959165
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William Davies


Who am I prepared to kill?


Letters


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The New Class War: Saving Democracy from the Metropolitan Elite by Michael Lind

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Peine forte et dure


Frances Stonor Saunders


The Suitcase


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Date Published 23 Jul 2020
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