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Submitted by myth (Germany), Jul 25, 2011 at 06:13

Does an author have control over who reads him? Researching authentic sources, transforming thoughts into words, finding facts, shaping sentences, destilling arguments, translating into the reader's language, is this all for nothing ? No, substance attracts the attention of a diversity of readers. The better the writing, the more people read, the more understand. Never has understanding come cheap.

How much work goes into this website? How little is required, one finger to pull the trigger, to kill ninety people.

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