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Tweet HOW MANY WORDS WERE OMITTED BY JACK MASKELL TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED RESULT? by Joseph DeMaio (May 31, 2011) — [Editor's Note: The essay which follows is a continuation of our previous article, which disclosed the existence of a second Congressional Research Service memo produced with the apparent purpose of providing a rationale to [...]
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