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    Acknowledgements

    I consider myself extremely fortunate, and privileged, to have as my academic home the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University. I have certainly benefited from working amongst such intellectually tolerant and diverse colleagues. I would especially like to thank the members of the Discourse and Rhetoric Group who have given friendly criticism on early drafts. In particular, thanks to: Malcolm Ashmore, Derek Edwards, Mike Gane, Celia Kitzinger, Dave Middleton, Mike Pickering and Jonathan Potter. Also, I would like to thank Peter Golding for all he has done to develop (and protect) the Department as an intellectual home.

    I am also grateful for the comments and friendly support of Susan Condor, Helen Haste, Greg McLennan, John Shotter and Herb Simons. Transatlantic conversations with the last two are always greatly appreciated.

    Parts of Chapter 7 were originally published in New Left Review, November/December, 1993, under the title of ‘Nationalism and Richard Rorty: the text as a flag for the Pax Americana’. I am grateful to the publishers for permitting me to republish the article in the present form.

    Lastly, I want to thank my family. It is a pleasurable sign of passing years to be able to thank Becky Billig for reading parts of the manuscript and for correcting my grammatical mistakes. But, as always, the gratitude goes much deeper than grammar. So thanks and love to Sheila, Daniel, Becky, Rachel and Ben.

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