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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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But despite these strong advocations, what sort of value does a teacherlibrarian bring to the literacy table?
From a conservative perspective, then, it is our PM's, or Mr Ruddock's, repeated advocations of 'permanent' changes to generation-old laws for the sake of the moment's 'unusual and threatening' necessities that look like the unmeasured alarmism of radicals.
Cyberspace, too, relies on geographical metaphors that seem unavoidable just as they betray the supposed novelty of simultaneous connections in "chat rooms" protected by "firewalls." The possibilities of cyberspace and the rhetoric of novelty, the culture of free speech and the possibilities of constructing a new because potentially universal public sphere, reprise many other earlier advocations of public expression without necessarily reflecting very much on these antecedents.
218, 237) should presumably be replaced by "manifestation" or "avatar," while "advocations" (p.