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Show me an unbiased analysis or article please - even most holy books are biased.

Reader comment on item: The Good News in Turkey
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Submitted by Guzel Ankara (United States), Jun 19, 2013 at 07:05

It is generally accepted that every author has a bias based on his/her social/political/religious/philosophical views.

Having said that, if you would like to dispute the numbers Mr. Goldman presents in articles like "The economics of the 'Turkish Spring'" , "Turkey's ticking debt time-bomb", and "Ankara's "Economic Miracle" Collapses", please provide your own numbers with sources so we can do a comparison . His articles can be found on the Middle East Forum and Asia Times online.

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