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"It is to the Radicals that The Economist still likes to think of itself as belonging. The extreme centre is the paper's historical position."

The Economist is a political newspaper, with a dash of finance, a splash of philosophy and a big dollop of good old fashioned editorial diatribe.

The Economist 12th February Edition

11 Day 450, 07:47 Published in United Kingdom United Kingdom



There is a saying, coined by British Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, that a week is a long time in politics. This has never been more true in eRepublik than this week. The Economist goes to print on a … read more »

The Economist February 5th - Return of /v/akistan?

28 Day 443, 08:59 Published in United Kingdom United Kingdom

Thursday 5th February Edition




Welcome to the first edition of the Economist. Over the coming months the Economist will be providing a weekly presentation of politics, economics, interviews and … read more »

The German Question

6 Day 442, 06:18 Published in United Kingdom United Kingdom

Before I move onto the question at hand, I would like to ask that anyone who comments consider the following:

1. It is the right of every congressman to represent their views. If you disagree with them, do so in an intelligent way, not by

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The House of Commons, for new players and prospective congress members.

5 Day 435, 09:55 Published in United Kingdom United Kingdom

Citizens of the UK-

I want to write today about a topic which is no doubt of great interest to budding young eRepublikans: Congress, and what it does.

1. What Congress Does: Congress votes on legislation regarding key issues such

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Final Results and Forum Statistics

25 Day 433, 14:39 Published in United Kingdom United Kingdom

Here is a newspaper format results page for the recent elections, showing Candidate name, Party, votes, lack of presentation (if there was none) and forum activity. Stat summary at the bottom. Enjoy :P

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