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I am officially dropping out of this discussion. I just have too many books that I just got from the library and I cannot breathe! So I am going to dump on this since I find this book holding my interest the least.

I will still get around to finishing up my thoughts on the R&J essay.

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No prob, Mr. P. I definitely understand the pressure of having too many books on your platter at once. Thanks for at least chiming in on the "Personal Responsibility Under Dictatorship" discussion, and I hope you'll continue to check in on any other conversation that might go on in this forum.



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