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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 This report does not claim infallibility; potential sources of error are too numerous: from original and purposeful misrepresentations and misunderstandings, ambiguous oral communications, and errors in writing, deciphering, and transcription to misassociations, misallocations, and misinterpretations, anything is possible. Documents may have been lost, misfiled, or have deteriorated over the years. So while some errors in details are likely, they will probably not alter the overall picture significantly.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 However, apparent scientific flaws may be turned into an educational strength: they point out to the reader where such a lengthy “assembly line” of research, from sources to conclusions, can and must be strengthened.

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