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Intellectually, these have not been easy years for

Thomas Friedman

, the living journalist with the most Pulitzer Prizes - three - and a leading columnist in the

'New York Times'

for two and a half decades.

As he explains in the last of his books,

'Thanks for being late'

(Deusto), "everything I have supported in my life has failed." Many of the postulates that Friedman has defended have been in foreign policy.

But also in the domestic sphere his ideas have been in retreat.

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