As part of Prospect's Books of the Year special, we round up the best offerings philosophy, sociology and fresh thinking
Marie Le Conte / December 9, 2019
As voters become increasingly inured to repeated e-mails from political parties, flirtatious subject lines have become a popular way to get more clicks—whatever the cost to our hearts
Shreya Nanda / December 9, 2019
The question is not are they too radical but are they radical enough
Stephanie Boland / December 9, 2019
Although the evidence suggests a poor polling day forecast doesn't impact turnout, cold-weather canvassing has proved tricky for some activists. So does it matter?
Katharine Birbalsingh / December 9, 2019
As we move into a new decade, we must be clear-eyed about the risks young people face—and get them off their smartphones
Hephzibah Anderson / December 9, 2019
Change may be coming, albeit slowly and unevenly
For decades mainstream politicians fixated on education as the way to level the playing field of life. They were wrong
What is the outlook in 2020 for investing in property?
Wendy Ide / December 8, 2019
A Palme d’Or winner and the skittish joy of Little Women