RE: draft abstract Sex, Drugs and Cults

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    Keith, I apologize if I missed this somewhere, but can you explain briefly
    what you mean by a "replication driver"? Thanks.


    > But a whole class of memes have no obvious replication
    > drivers. Memes of this class, which includes religions, cults and social

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