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Submitted by Jonathan (United States), Sep 10, 2002 at 12:46

"Restricting or dissallowing what others may do." "Some aims have already been achieved." Can you give specific examples of this? I'm a student at the Rothverg school and I'm writting a paper on this subject. I have been unable to find anything to back up these claims. Can you help?
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I have a major article on this subject in the works.
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