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New Left Review I/222, March-April 1997


Christopher Hitchens

Interview with Norman Mailer

I think of you as someone who’s always been in the opposition, always a dissident, not just to the wider society but even in his own circles. I remember you once saying to me that you’d refined your dissidence, you could give it a name, you were now a fully paid up left conservative. Elaborate on that.

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