Sunday, 8 June 2008

In Our Pages 100, 75, and 50 years ago.

It was Eugene O'Neil who wrote that there is no such thing as the present or the future, only the past endlessly repeating itself.

Which is why In our Pages 50,75 & 100 Years Ago is a must read for me: mostly prescient and topical, sometimes off-beat and amusing.

It's also been identified in reader research as one of the most popular and well-read sections of the International Herald Tribune.

But I can't find it on which is a shame.

Michael? Why not?

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