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In a message dated 10/21/02 1:40:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
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> I don't think there is or need be such an apparent contradiction between
> academic and popular.  This country badly needs again public intellectuals
> who help frame debates

There doesn't have to be a contradiction, but in most cases, there is . . .
but there are some exceptions . . . hmm, let me think of some . . . .hmm. .
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is the best I can do.  Can anyone do better?