23 - 29 May 2014
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American civil war: The coming struggle against Trumpism, by Gary Younge
And: Philip Collins, Richard J Evans and Emily Tamkin
• Louise Perry on plagues and progress
• Tom Holland on the Romans
• Jeremy Cliffe on Germany after Merkel