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The New Statesman Archives
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  • The New Statesman
    Total Archives: 16 Years, 636 Issues, 10,982 Articles, 25,128pp
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    Year 1976
    1. The New Statesman,
      January 2, 1976 Issue, 27 Articles, 24pp
      The Year of Lysistrata
    2. The New Statesman,
      January 9, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 28pp
      America's Presidential Year by Alexander Cockburn
    3. The New Statesman,
      January 16, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 32pp
      What Ulster Debate? by James Fenton
    4. The New Statesman,
      January 23, 1976 Issue, 28 Articles, 32pp
      When the Devolution Comes by James Fenton
    5. The New Statesman,
      January 30, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 28pp
      The Reticence of Lord Ryder
    6. The New Statesman,
      February 6, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 28pp
      Entertaining Mr Thorpe by James Fenton
    7. The New Statesman,
      February 13, 1976 Issue, 34 Articles, 40pp
      The Roulette of Public Spending by John Vaizey
    8. The New Statesman,
      February 20, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 32pp
      The Economic Problems of the Left by J.K. Galbraith
    9. The New Statesman,
      February 27, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 32pp
      In Praise of Public Expenditure by Howard Glennerster
    10. The New Statesman,
      March 5, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 32pp
      The Whitehall Conspiracy by Francis Ford
    11. The New Statesman,
      March 12, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 36pp
      Wilson Comes of Age by Peter Jenkins
    12. The New Statesman,
      March 19, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 44pp
      After Harold Wilson
    13. The New Statesman,
      March 26, 1976 Issue, 29 Articles, 32pp
      Electing the PM
    14. The New Statesman,
      April 2, 1976 Issue, 28 Articles, 32pp
      Number 10 - The Last Lap
    15. The New Statesman,
      April 9, 1976 Issue, 37 Articles, 36pp
      The People's Jim
    16. The New Statesman,
      April 16, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 36pp
      Mr Crosland's Legacy
    17. The New Statesman,
      April 23, 1976 Issue, 28 Articles, 32pp
      The Laager Closes In
    18. The New Statesman,
      April 30, 1976 Issue, 34 Articles, 36pp
      Portugal and the Left
    19. The New Statesman,
      May 7, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 40pp
      Reagan on the Rampage by Alexander Cockburn
    20. The New Statesman,
      May 14, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      Grimond Minds the Shop by James Fenton
    21. The New Statesman,
      May 21, 1976 Issue, 33 Articles, 36pp
      Is Ford Finished? by Alexander Cockburn
    22. The New Statesman,
      May 28, 1976 Issue, 25 Articles, 32pp
      Immigration - A Matter of Principle by Alex Lyon
    23. The New Statesman,
      June 4, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 28pp
      The Death of Child Benefit by Barbara Castle
    24. The New Statesman,
      June 11, 1976 Issue, 35 Articles, 40pp
      Jimmy Comes Home by Alexander Cockburn
    25. The New Statesman,
      June 18, 1976 Issue, 29 Articles, 32pp
      Italy: Il Momento e Grave by Mervyn Jones
    26. The New Statesman,
      June 25, 1976 Issue, 29 Articles, 36pp
      Dress Rehearsal in South Africa by Donald Woods
    27. The New Statesman,
      July 2, 1976 Issue, 29 Articles, 32pp
      The Ford v. Reagan Sideshow by Alexander Cockburn
    28. The New Statesman,
      July 9, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      Israel's Long Arm of Justice by Paul Johnson
    29. The New Statesman,
      July 16, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      Caveat Emptor
    30. The New Statesman,
      July 23, 1976 Issue, 28 Articles, 32pp
      The Cuts
      Private Affluence: Public Squalor
    31. The New Statesman,
      July 30, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 32pp
      Racism and Truth by Mervyn Jones
    32. The New Statesman,
      August 6, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 32pp
      Peter Townsend on Area Deprivation
    33. The New Statesman,
      August 13, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      America's Undercover Coalition by J.K. Galbraith
    34. The New Statesman,
      August 20, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      The Open-Door University by Glyn Jones
    35. The New Statesman,
      August 27, 1976 Issue, 24 Articles, 36pp
      The Menace of the Nuclear Export Race
    36. The New Statesman,
      September 3, 1976 Issue, 25 Articles, 32pp
      Trade Unions: Toward the Parasite State by Paul Johnson
    37. The New Statesman,
      September 10, 1976 Issue, 32 Articles, 32pp
      Torture in Northern Ireland by John Shirley
    38. The New Statesman,
      September 17, 1976 Issue, 24 Articles, 32pp
      At the Liberal Party Assembly by James Fenton
    39. The New Statesman,
      September 24, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 44pp
      Labour's Own Montor Show by Jeremy Bugler
    40. The New Statesman,
      October 1, 1976 Issue, 27 Articles, 32pp
      How the Rich Stay Rich by Peter Townsend
    41. The New Statesman,
      October 8, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 32pp
      Brighton Diary by Christopher Hitchens
    42. The New Statesman,
      October 15, 1976 Issue, 31 Articles, 36pp
      Taken Over by Slater Walker by Michael Hope
    43. The New Statesman,
      October 22, 1976 Issue, 33 Articles, 48pp
      Rhodesia by Richard Kershaw
    44. The New Statesman,
      October 29, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 36pp
      20 Years Ago: Hungary and Suez
    45. The New Statesman,
      November 5, 1976 Issue, 36 Articles, 40pp
      Why Labour Betrays Socialism by Paul Johnson
    46. The New Statesman,
      November 12, 1976 Issue, 28 Articles, 40pp
      The Chicago Boys in Chile by Orlando Letelier
    47. The New Statesman,
      November 19, 1976 Issue, 33 Articles, 36pp
      The Ghost of Rambouillet by David Leitch
    48. The New Statesman,
      November 26, 1976 Issue, 36 Articles, 44pp
      The Observer's Oil Deal by Alexander Cockburn
    49. The New Statesman,
      December 3, 1976 Issue, 36 Articles, 48pp
      The Lesson of Lebanon by Jonathan Dimbleby
    50. The New Statesman,
      December 10, 1976 Issue, 29 Articles, 32pp
      Carter Sets the Tone by Alexander Cockburn
    51. The New Statesman,
      December 17, 1976 Issue, 30 Articles, 32pp
      Gang Warfare in Westminster by James Fenton
    52. The New Statesman,
      December 24, 1976 Issue, 26 Articles, 52pp
      Christmas & New Year Double Issue