Concludes by returning to the anti-politics discussion introduced in Chapter One. It outlines how disaffection is produced by a distinction between a naive view of leadership and the messy and contingent nature of political practice, with particular emphasis on the way generational change encourages pejorative comparisons between a valorized independence generation and contemporary leaders. It concludes by offering a practical defense of politicians that serves to temper popular cynicism.
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