The Economist’s 1843 magazine

The Economist’s 1843 magazine

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A BMW engine doesn't roar because it needs to. It roars because it sounds good https://t.co/RO6XUjWTGw

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Joshua Wong, icon of the Hong Kong democracy movement, faces jail after pleading guilty to unlawfully protesting. In April we got to know the activist and self-described nerd https://t.co/uPgGa8I5U9

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“Breaking Bad”, one of the great shows of recent years, threw away an entire episode fixating on the buzzing of a fly, writes @adwooldridge https://t.co/FEw2tcqRN1

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Puns, piano lessons and football practice: the moments that grandparents have missed out on during the pandemic https://t.co/rJiFOFaVcr

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In Xinjiang, a million or more people have been put in camps. Uyghurs who live abroad still fear the Chinese authorities https://t.co/AwcbbTrPY3

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"Since the start of the pandemic, our son has lost three baby teeth and gained permanent ones to replace them" https://t.co/4hjW0iPZas

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The Hawaiian shirt has become the de-facto uniform of the Boogaloo Boys, an alt-right faction. It wasn't always this way https://t.co/ZRq0z4xYAm

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Making Test cricket bio-secure presents some unique challenges in the covid era. For starters, a match can last five days https://t.co/Bnd2l83YA1

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Four decades after Edward Said wrote his seminal text, is it time to revisit Orientalist art? https://t.co/weRf9vEaht

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As the clamour over colonial restitution grows, the British Museum is grappling with the origins of its collection. Even the objects on display are becoming restless https://t.co/k4ynrudm9P

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“Clearly, we’ve been going backwards.” Lessons in carpentry, with Francis Fukuyama https://t.co/hjIYI04XYY

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Parsing the work of Miuccia Prada is pretty tricky when your child is screaming for fresh underpants, as Luke Leitch found out when he attended an online fashion show https://t.co/zWD3EXikIA

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Big Bean: Heinz is so dominant in the world of British baked beans that few make the dish from scratch https://t.co/suC7FU344Y

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Sometimes, history is written by the losers https://t.co/TqD6N8mgOl

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This was his moment and he fluffed it. How Dominic Cummings wasted the opportunity of a lifetime https://t.co/ZMRHSwNt2i

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Few things seem more American than a roasted fowl. The truth is more complicated https://t.co/sKoAElSvj0

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The job of a rural mailman is arduous and underpaid. The future of American democracy may depend on them https://t.co/0L6Y6e7Vu2 From @1843mag

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