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Have you watched our 2016 Year In Review video?

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Yuval Levin argues that American politics needs to be revived through the middle layers of society in order to provide the multiple and tailored answers needed to address the challenges it faces today. Do you agree?

Come along to this LSE Literary Festival event on Tuesday 21 February. Free tickets are out now. http://bit.ly/2jY3uUS
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The first Gay Liberation Front meeting in the UK was held at LSE in October 1970. LSE Library's latest exhibition follows the LGBT story from the ‘hidden’ years, to the passing of the Sexual Offences Act in 1967 and the emergence of gay liberation in the 1970s. You can visit in person or listen to the exhibition podcast by curator Gillian Murphy.

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Was cricket an unlikely force for unity across South Asian countries? Make sure you get your tickets now for this LSE Literary Festival free event on Wednesday 22 February http://bit.ly/2kT6NgZ
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What do you think about intergenerational fairness? Are today's young people getting a bum deal? This LSE Literary Festival free event is on Wednesday 22 February and tickets are available now http://bit.ly/2kSNSDa
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New on LSE Review of Books: how 1996 marked the pinnacle of a decade, not just in politics but across music, entertainment and sport.

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What is punishment? Why do we punish? Who gets punished? If you're in London on Thursday 16 February, come and hear Professor Dider Fassin present his case. http://bit.ly/2kSQ1yF
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How does LSE research impact and drive government policies on drugs? Find out with LSE IDEAS on Wednesday 15 February. http://bit.ly/2kHBKm9
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Worried about delaying having children for a career or other reasons? New research from LSE shows that children born to women aged 35 - 39 are doing dramatically better in cognitive ability tests than 40 years ago.

Dr Alice Goisis said: "Our findings should reassure many older parents, but they do not provide a reason in and of themselves to delay having children. In reality they are likely to reflect changes in the characteristics of women who have children at older ages."

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Love is in the air! Happy Valentine's Day from the LSE Penguin xx

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