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Time Of Traitor Mania

by Sir Charles Petrie A NEW appraisal of the socalled Popish Plot has long been needed, and in this volume Professor Kenyon has performed the task admirably. His analysis of the......

Brave Defence Of A King Who Failed

I T takes courage and a certain kind of integrity to write the biography of a failure: especially if one writes it sympathetically. The Whig tradi tion in English history is......

Guide To World Council Ideals

B Y his long service in the inner counsels of the World Council of Churches and of the International Missionary Council, Dr, Goodall is uniquely qualified to record the......

Wisdom At Maynooth

w HIN the limits of a V Vshort review all one can hope to do is to indicate the scope of this work and briefly evaluate it. A collection of papers delivered at the Maynooth......

Two Rebels Of The Royal Family

rir HE taste for Victoriana in ii literature and history continues to be generously provided for. George Dangerfield first wrote his life of the future Edward VII 30 years ago,......

Changing Attitude To Exams

by Rosemary Naughton A CURIOUS shift seems to he taking place in the feeling about exams. Not long ago. it was taken for granted by young and old that, however distasteful, exam......

Television

Polite but not illuminating ICHAEL PARKINSON is the engaging host of the Saturday night talk show Parkinson (10.30 BBC-I). At least I think he must be engaging. He certainly......