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30th July 2004

I was flattered to be included on your list of public intellectuals, but disturbed to find my existence questioned by Frank Johnson in the Spectator and then my integrity challenged by your assistant editor for orchestrating the vote (August). Let me assure Prospect readers that there was no attempt at vote-rigging by me or, to my knowledge, anyone else on my behalf, and let me reassure the subset of people who read the Spectator and Prospect that I do exist.

Julian Le Grand

LSE

Public intellectuals 2

21st July 2004

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