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WILBY, Peter John (born 1944), Editor, New Statesman, 1998–2005

VALLANCE, Aylmer (1892 - 1955), journalist and author; Assistant Editor, New Statesman

LEWIS, Helen Alexandra (born 1983), Deputy Editor, New Statesman, since 2012

GOOD, James Winder (1877 - 1930), Assistant Editor, Irish Statesman; Leader writer, Irish Independent; Irish Correspondent of New Statesman

bashir abu-manneh. Fiction of the New Statesman, 1913–1939.

Shorter notice. The New Statesman. Portrait of a Political Weekly, 1913-1931. A Smith

Jonathan Wright. Gustav Stresemann: Weimar's Greatest Statesman. New York: Oxford University Press. 2002. Pp. xvii, 569

COWLEY, Jason (born 1965), journalist, magazine editor and cultural critic; Editor, New Statesman, since 2008

ODONE, Cristina (born 1960), writer and broadcaster; Deputy Editor, The New Statesman, 1998–2004

MARTIN, (Basil) Kingsley (1897 - 1969), Editor, New Statesman and Nation, 1930–60 (Editorial Director, 1961–62; retired 1962; Editorial Consultant, 1962–)

WEISZ, Victor (1913 - 1966), Cartoonist for the Evening Standard since 1958 and for the New Statesman since 1954

B. R. Nanda. Jawaharlal Nehru: Rebel and Statesman. New York: Oxford University Press. 1995. Pp. 312. $27.00

SHARP, Clifford Dyce (1883 - 1935), Journalist; Editor of The New Statesman, from its foundation in 1913 until its amalgamation with The Nation in 1931

President Lincoln: The Duty of a Statesman. By William Lee Miller. (New York: Knopf, 2008. x, 497 pp. $30.00, ISBN 978-1-4000-4103-9.)

pamela edwards. The Statesman's Science. History, Nature, and Law in the Political Thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Pp. ix + 312. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004. Cloth, $45.00.

 

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A weekly journal of politics, art, and letters, originally planned as an organ of the Fabian Society. It was first published in 1913 with Clifford Sharp as editor, J. C. Squire as literary editor, and the Webbs and G. B. Shaw as regular contributors; Kingsley Martin was editor 1931–60. It has maintained its policy of ‘dissent, of scepticism, of inquiry, of nonconformity’. Among other writers connected with the journal have been J. M. Keynes, L. Woolf, and V. S. Pritchett. It merged with New Society in 1988.

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