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New Statesman

New Statesman is a long-running British political and cultural magazine. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

New Statesman began in 1913. It absorbed The Nation and Athenaeum in 1931, and then published as The New Statesman and Nation until the 1950s, when it reverted to its original shorter title. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is April 5, 1963. The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from October 16, 1954. (More details) It is still published today.

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