Steve, can you show how Hodgson's major points are flawed?
Feb 03, 2003 09:01 AM
by Daniel H. Caldwell " <email@example.com>
Steve, you wrote:
"Hodgson makes no more than half a dozen points in his Report, all of
which can be deconstructed and shown to be flawed."
Steve, can you summarize Hodgson's "half a dozen points" and briefly
show how these points are flawed?
This summary might educate people like Brigitte/Brian who apparently
still believe Hodgson's major allegations are valid.
Daniel H. Caldwell
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