The Week in Review: Thatcher, North Korea and Birds

Inside Flipboard / April 12, 2013

The death of Margaret Thatcher and the escalation of tensions in North Korea dominated the news last week. Our readers built scores of great magazines to put those events into a broader context. Here are a few worthy of your attention, as well as a number of magazines about decidedly happier things.

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The Life and Career of Margaret Thatcher and Margaret Thatcher—A Life that Changed the world: Between these two collections, there are more than 150 articles and videos about the erstwhile PM, with curiously little overlap.

North Korea Revealed: Most of the magazines created here see the crisis from the perspective on the west. This one, however, is filled with media from inside North Korea.

Bird Watching: Segue into spring with gorgeous pictures and interesting articles about our fine feathered friends.

Boston Red Sox and Yankees, Play, Ball!: As the boys of spring return to the field, their fans are showing their support with awesome magazines. These two are bringing the sports ancient rivalry here.

Things AP Econ Students Should Know: While you’re birdwatching or watching baseball, your kid should be doing her homework. This magazine, curated by an econ teacher at a Silicon Valley prep school, is for her.

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