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Thanks for kindly linking to my article. I am more than happy to accept your suggestion that my little parable is not a counterfactual history of anything outside of the world of camel traders...or indeed inside it.
I am genuinely interested in your suggestions as to how things would have gone without (much) intervention, so please do post the details when you're ready.
Leigh Caldwell |
February 23, 2009 at 01:06 PM
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