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Dan knows who he is. Having done the reporting, though, we're confident we can slip his name to Dan so he can dutifully announce it in his

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Kennedy. His recent attack on George Bush's electoral mandate, denying its existence if and only if it entails the appointment of

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is very far from being extinguished, though its 20th century avatar in the form of the Soviet state has vanished.

Kennedy is actually fairly typical of the more committed sort of academic "liberal" in appearing still to swear by at least one of the

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least to be counted as neo-Marxians, even if they disavow the ownership of the means of production and distribution.

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Once again, it was highly ideological thinking back in the heyday of Marxism-Leninism which reasoned that, if anything which did not serve

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