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    Government competence

    Andrew Sullivan, in What I got wrong about the war:
    The first was to overestimate the competence of government

    That's something we down here will never be caught dead doing: relying on government competence in anything.

    2006-03-11 18:07 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in Politics

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