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Subject:Re: Read between the lines From:Stuart Reynolds <stuartr -at- FIRSTGRAPHICS -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 6 Jul 1995 01:17:46 -0700
>>Nowhere in the Constitution is freedom limited to one gender or race.
>>To paint the original document itself in racist terms is historical
>>revisionism in the extreme.
>Bunk. To imagine that twentieth century notions were built into it, just
>waiting for us to discover them is revisionism.
Geez, is it just me, or does anyone else have the feeling that the tech
writers mailing list, has spilled into the Great American Constitution
Debatre forum>? I coul appreciate the finer points of the "word-smithing"
of the document and the finer points and attributes of said article, but who
gives a flying f*ck about "revisionism"? and as for who's version of
revisionism is correct, who cares? It's a personal point, n'est pas?
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