Melissa Ann Benn is a British journalist and writer. A new edition of her ‘School Wars: The Battle for Britain’s Education’ will be published by Verso in November. Her next book, ‘What Should We Tell Our Daughters?’, will be published in 2013
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Why do assume that as long as teenagers live with their parents, they have no civic responsibilities? We adults are more confused about this than our children
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Books: Courage to go with the flow of a novel kind: The Whole Woman by Germaine Greer Doubleday, pounds 16.99, 352pp
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