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October 23, 2006

Social Affairs Unit publications in the Economist and Wall Street Journal

Posted by Michael Mosbacher

Last September the Social Affairs Unit published a report by Anthony Glees (and Chris Pope) on extremism - predominantly Islamist extremism - on British campuses: When Students Turn to Terror: Terrorist and Extremist Activity on British Campuses.

This report is continuing to receive extensive coverage. It is covered in this week's (21st October 2006) Economist - Chasing shadows: University extremism is next on the government's hit list - and, in an article by Anthony Glees, in today's Wall Street Journal (23rd October 2006) - Campus Jihad.

A Social Affairs Unit book (published in 2006), Men of Property: The Very Wealthy in Britain Since the Industrial Revolution, also receives coverage in this week's Economist (21st October 2006): The super-rich - Always with us: The rich are richer but, oddly, nobody seems to mind.


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