There’s No Place Like Home

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Every school has a playground for its pupils; English schools provide a playground for politicians, too.  Children seek security, regularity, and continuity: The games they play in the schoolyard observe rules that do not change.  Change, though, is the contemporary politician’s reason for existence: He seeks not to . . .

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