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The paranoid style: conspiracy, Trump and the long shadow of JFK, by Phil Tinline, plus:
• Brendan Simms and Charlie Laderman on the return of anti-Semitism
• France’s working-class revolt
• Why Bill Gates is bad for humanity
• Finn McRedmond on the Booker Prize in crisis
• Emma John on Sarina Wiegman’s secrets