give it to them, too

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    Hi Vincent Campbell -

    >Habermas' ideas would seem a useful framework as it places the
    >dissemination of information, or rather the question of who has
    >control/influence over information dissemination, at the core of the problem
    >of contemporary society.

    IMHO 'contemporary' has little to do with it. What is now, has been, but,
    perhaps, (ever the optimist) need not evermore shall be.

    We always mark enlightenment within societies by the amount of and the
    access to libraries.

    And mark despotism by the destruction and lack of same.

    The more people who know more, the better, and I believe there are many
    business models that support this. It's called open-book management, I

    Would Enron have happened in an enlightened socio-economy?

    Only abortion gives you the right to remain silent.

    - Wade

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