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Tuesday, September 30, 2003 BoBos, Bush-haters &c: A New Hampshire reader e-mails Jonah Goldberg that the serfdom imposed on native working-class Vermonters by Bourgeois Bohemian (BoBo) colonialism in a way echoes the fate of New England's Indians 350 years before.
As it happens, David Brooks, the writer who coined the term "BoBo," has a spot-on piece in the NYT on academic politics and the sparse pickings for conservatives in the ivied grove.