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Ducking the question

aniel Macmillen Voskoboynik’s lyrical essay (, ) is brilliantly written so I was disappointed that it ended in bland optimism and the fluffiness of the ‘we’. This ducks the key political question of who are ‘we’ and who are ‘they’. People are doing all sorts of good things, yes, but a clearer account is needed of the goals to be achieved and the) but I look forward to reading more in future issues of .

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