Battle Readings is a regularly updated compilation of articles, essays, and opinion pieces relevant to the themes of the Battle of Ideas.
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Will the Labour Party split? Possibly, although by no means certainly. If there is to be a split, which of three feasible fissures would be followed?
Brian Taylor, BBC News, 22 August 2016
Alan Nasser, CounterPunch, 8 August 2016
A new policy platform from a coalition of activists signals a new stage in the protest movement.
Vann R. Newkirk II, The Atlantic, 3 August 2016
Marc Champion, Bloomberg, 19 July 2016
Patrisse Cullors, Guardian, 16 July 2016
London is an island. Over there, in Little England, each community knows its place and wants others to know theirs
Salil Tripathi, Mint, 14 July 2016
The president and his cheerleaders refused to engage deeply with systemic problems facing our country. That came back to haunt America last week
Cornel West, Guardian, 14 July 2016
Proposed constitutional reform would give each nation and region of the UK full sovereignty over its own affairs
A protester wraps an EU flag around himself during an anti-Brexit march near the Houses of Parliament in London. A protester wr, Guardian, 10 July 2016
Donald Trump has hit upon our rage but can’t he remedy it, because he embodies the corruption his supporters despise.
James Poulos, Federalist, 1 July 2016
We have to step out of our echo chambers and listen, even if we don’t like what we hear
Sally Newall, Indepenent, 30 June 2016
From open values to burqa bans: have Europeans lost the habit of tolerance?
"Battle of Ideas could be called Search for Truth. Mundane consensus and conventional wisdom are the enemies of truth. Happily, neither of those are available at the Battle."
George Pitcher, journalist; Anglican priest, St Bride's Church, Fleet Street