Look back in anger

The New York Sun wins headline of the day honors for “When Britain waived the rules” over an article by Bruce Bennett about Woodfall Film Prodcutions, the company responsible for the film version of John Osborne’s “Look Back in Anger.” Also in the Sun today is Claire Berlinski’s excellent essay/review “The dawn of Islamic Europe.” Berlinski’s piece has a London theme that complements Bennett’s. Today’s news also carries a report that Churchill has been dropped from a list of key historical figures recommended for teaching in English secondary school — a development suggestive of Londonistan.
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