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Keynes argued that Martin was 'a little too full perhaps of good will' towards Stalin, and that any doubts about Stalin's rule had 'been swallowed down if possible'.In a 17 September 1932 editorial, the magazine accused the British Conservative press of misrepresenting the Soviet Union's agricultural policy but added that "the serious nature of the food situation is no secret and no invention".The New York Times reprinted it as America began its lengthy debate on entering what was then called "the European War".During Sharp's last two years in the post, from around 1926, he was debilitated by chronic alcoholism and the paper was actually edited by his deputy Charles Mostyn Lloyd.It became strongly anti-fascist and pacifist, opposing British rearmament.After the 1938 Anschluss, Martin wrote: "Today if Mr.

The magazine opposed the Korean War, and an article by J. Priestley directly led to the founding of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.Its regular writers, critics and columnists include Mehdi Hasan, Will Self, John Gray, Laurie Penny, Ed Smith, Stephen Bush, Rowan Williams, Brendan Simms, John Bew, Shiraz Maher and Helen Lewis, the deputy editor.Circulation peaked in the mid-1960s Its first editor was Clifford Sharp, who remained editor until 1928.The magazine has notably recognized and published new writers and critics, as well as encouraged major careers.Its contributors have included John Maynard Keynes, Bertrand Russell, Virginia Woolf, Christopher Hitchens, and Paul Johnson.

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