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This is topical and might interest listmembers --

One of my students has done a brief social network analysis of internal
government documents released as a result of the UK Hutton Inquiry.  He also
does some assessments of the centrality of various players, including
Alastair Campbell, who tops the list according to several different
measures.

The paper is located at:

http://faculty.maxwell.syr.edu/asroberts/documents/richards/

Regards, Al Roberts


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Alasdair Roberts
Associate Professor of Public Administration
Director, Campbell Public Affairs Institute
Maxwell School, Syracuse University
306 Eggers Hall
Syracuse, New York USA 13244
Campus (315) 443-4120 > Cell (315) 345-1216 > Fax (253) 541-9867
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