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And as for common sense ...

I EXPECT uncommon amounts of sense from someone in Chris Woodhead's position and have been disappointed. "Common-sense" is a phrase used to disguise an uexamined prejudice. Its use does not immunise anyone against their own "wacky theorising".

Jim D N Smith

Sheffield Hallam University

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