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Note on format; latest posting

July 20, 2004 9:23 AM

Attention readers: in contrast to the usual weblog format, new entries in this exchange are posted at the bottom rather than the top of the page. So scroll down. Thanks!

Table of contents of the discussion: Jul. 20 Olson/Krauss; Jul. 21 Olson/Krauss; Jul. 22 Olson/Krauss; Jul. 23 Olson/Krauss.




Rafael Mangual
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Manhattan Institute

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