Imposter Syndrome

Social mobility and self-invention in the pre-digital age.

Brendan Bracken alongside Winston Churchill, April 1939.Thanks to the Internet, we will find it ever more difficult to escape our pasts. The reckless enthusiasms of youth, the misjudged moment, captured in full digital reality, never to be forgotten or explained away, may be borne long into maturity.

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