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I think it's home cut; you won't find it anywhere (unless you do your own research) - I'd be much more intuitive when answering identity politics tbh rather than be reliant on arguments other people have made because you're usually better at debating with the arguments that YOU have made (because you thought of them) as opposed to what other people made for you.

 

I mean if you've had prior experience with this K then go on right ahead but if not then I'd read literature on my own to make an argument that can be suitable for me (and my social location)

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