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THE PLANK JULY 2, 2007

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Sam Tanenhaus looks back at Whittaker Chambers, one of the founders of contemporary conservatism, who might not be so proud of George W. Bush; Benjamin Wittes says Justice Anthony Kennedy's opinion in the Supreme Court's public school diversity plan case is one of the worst pieces of legal writing he has ever seen; Dennis Ross advises Tony Blair on what it will take to succeed as Middle East envoy; Suzanne Nossel argues that European foreign policy has become anti-Bush; and the Editors are excited by the prospect that the District of Columbia may finally get a vote in Congress.

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