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By Tom Nuttall  

Perhaps not entirely surprisingly, Julian Le Grand’s account of Tony Blair’s “golden age” did not exactly convince everyone. This week at Prospect online you’ll find sceptical replies from novelist Adam Thorpe, who is concerned that his adopted country of France may, under Sarkozy, adopt the thuggish materialistic mores of modern Britain, and Dan Atkinson & Larry Elliott, who argue that the “Anglo-social” welfare model celebrated by Le Grand is merely the mess we have ended up with after years of Blairite dithering.

We also have a response to Benjamin Pogrund’s attack on the proposed boycott of Israeli academics, by Haim…

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