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Has an entryist plot to take over Britain been hatched at the heart of America’s left-wing establishment? Perhaps so. The Nation is the US’s oldest continuously published weekly magazine, founded in 1865. But to the celebrated list of progressive scribes who have earned their spurs there—including Naomi Klein, Christopher Hitchens and Calvin Trillin—must now be added another name: Nick Clegg. Clegg, who recently admitted being “very, very left wing” when younger, interned at the magazine in 1990, during Hitchens’s time there. But that…

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