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11) When I came here I was expecting to be thrown into the turmoil of a bitterly divided community. Instead, I have been welcomed wholeheartedly by 63 different community groups, all working towards the same common goal and I have been absolutely amazed at the response. (Deny Journal, 14 June 1991) (12) The proposed site at the Du Pont plant in Derry currently faces overwhelming opposition from a majority of the people in that area and there are now 63 different community groups, from all walks of life, and all sides of the community: farmers, fisherman, church and local residents.
There are also debates as to whether the interviewer's questions should be edited. Some people feel that leaving the questions in the text detracts from the focus. Rather, I would argue, like the question of urns and ers, it provides a very important context. It gives the reader a chance to evaluate whether, for example, I (as interviewer) have asked leading questions, put words into people's mouths and the like. Probing and leading questions are very difficult not to ask in some instances. Looking at the text of the interview with James it is very clear to see that he was giving very short answers.
Reading Nozick (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1981). Rapaczynski, A, Nature and Politics: Liberalism in the Philosophies of Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau (London: Cornell University Press, 1987). Saward, M. ', in A Dobson and P. Lucardie (eds), The Politics of Nature: Explorations in Green Political Theory (London: Routledge, 1993). , Rediscovery of Creation: A Bibliographical Study of the Church's Response to the Environmental Crisis (New York: Scarecrow, 1992). , 'Locke and Limits on Land Ownership', in L.