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31st July, 2016

This is a summer that will not soon be forgotten. Asked during Richard Nixon’s historic visit in 1972 what he thought of the French revolution, Chinese premier Zhou Enlai replied: “It’s too early to say.”

Taking the long view of history seems particularly appropriate, as we all try to make sense of the British electorate’s decision to leave the European Union.

The sense of surprise and shock is...

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