there is nothing that I know of to match the flood of university journals which have been irrigating the newstands in recent months. Undaunted by rising costs and a high death-rate, new journals with an unexpected level of seriousness and technical proficiency have continued to flow through. One can only suspect that, given the present state of confusion in the Labour Party, a good deal of the political energy which, say, in the ’30s would have been channelled directly into a political cause or movement, is now finding expression in the printed word.
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