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Submitted by Joan Poltenson (United States), Jul 26, 2004 at 17:25

Dr. Pipes,
I usually agree with your viewpoint but this time I must take exception and agree with the position taken by the professor. It may seem simplistic but I believe the argument that the Maldives are aware of the kind of assistance they will be receiving from the esteemed professor. Let's give the development of a new criminal code a chance and see how much the professor can accomplish.
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