Clare Market Review


The Clare Market Review is the oldest student journal in the United Kingdom, and, in its heyday, was read by intelligentsia of the likes of Karl Popper, who had it in his personal papers. 
The Clare Market Review is over a hundred years old. It has seen the LSE through two World Wars, the fall of the Iron Curtain, and the advent of globalisation and the rise of modernity. It is a stalwart of the LSE Community, and holds a unique place as a publication that lauds not only the arts, but also the celebration of academia and academic articles.
Isaac Newton once said, "If I have seen further, it is by standing on ye shoulders of Giants." The Clare Market Review was a labour of love by Sidney and Beatrice Webb, founders of the LSE. George Bernard Shaw contributed art reviews. William Beveridge developed his notions of taxation in the journal's pages. Bertrand Russell wrote a scathing critique of the Vietnam War.
At the Clare Market Review, we strive to walk in the footsteps of these giants that came before us. We aim to shed light on the pivotal issues of our day, and to find constant relevance in an ever-changing society. We are the voice of the LSE. We aim, as ever, to know the causes of things.
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