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After all, if we were not moving to a similar condition, we would not be able to use common terms. Again, let me suggest this is a false assumption. It is no less of a false assumption to believe that, because the meaning implicit in the term as originally used is taken up elsewhere, other systems - or countries - ipso facto endorse the implicit model or ways of dealing with things that we, the original possessors of the lingua now become franca, have laid upon it. Finally, and it is another way of reiterating what has just been said, but from a slightly different angle, language is normative.

Etatisation also went hand in hand with the transfer of a number of other functions and conditions. The central purpose behind this transfer from the institution to national oversight was to ensure that the responsibility of the academic estate was inseparably bound up with the national interest. This protracted process of incorporation also accounts for the very different profile of power and authority which these systems displayed, when set against both Britain and the United States in Clark's famous - or infamous - triangle of coordination (Clark, 1983).

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