Analysis: Were the 70s Really That Great?
by Juliet Jacques
From the union boom to radical TV, the left tends to see the 70s through rose-tinted glasses. We should beware nostalgia, writes Juliet Jacques.
As impressive as England’s current African cultural renaissance is, the goal must ultimately be to create a world free of the painful legacies that produced it, writes Kojo Koram in Contesting Culture, a new series asking who really owns British culture.