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Map of Furstenzell on Nor were The Economist’s readers assisted in forming a correct appreciation of the seriousness of the Nazi threat by its frequent assertions that Hitler’s departures from orthodox freetrade principles were certain to result in the eventual collapse of the German economy. The paper’s grim verdict on the aftermath of the Munich debacle”We are starting on a desperate effort to ensure by arms a safety which a little courage and a little foresight at any time in these tragic years would have protected from all danger (October 15, 1938) was double-edged: it could itself have been accused of having exhibited the latter but not the former. Layton’s replacement in 1938 by 30-year-old Geoffrey Crowther completed the process of modernization that had been under way since Hirst’s time. Obliged by the exigencies of wartime to give up many of its male staffers to military or government service, The Economist, for the first time, admitted a significant cadre of women to its inner circles. The distinguished economist Barbara Ward (subsequently Baroness Jackson) served as foreign editor; others who wrote regularly included Margaret Cruikshank and Margaret Stewart. (To this day, a higher proportion of women is to be found among The Economist’s staff than among its readership.) Under Crowther, too, the modern Economist acquired its characteristic tone of witty and astringent self-assurance, that to some readers has seemed to smack of the arrogant and cocksure. Map of Furstenzell 2016.

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