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Re: Why Bill Gates Will Win
On Fri, 7 Nov 1997 22:26:30 -0500 (EST), John Robert BEHRMAN wrote:
>These are modern arguments against Common Carriage and Anti-Trust Laws. The most
>important thing about them is that the Republican Majority has sacrificed its
>opportunity to repeal such laws to its single-minded drive for tax cuts benefiting
>what looks like the most comfortable and least productive class in all of history.
>Just a little bit of history and PLAYON JRBehrman sends.....
>charles mueller wrote:
>> I've removed the author's name from the communication below because
>> it was sent to me privately--in response to my post, Why Bill Gates Will
>> Win. He takes me to task for not relating, in that post of mine, the other
>> side, i.e., why Bill SHOULD win.
These writings are wonderful pieces on history and economics, and in moderation
(I pray without vitriol), are useful. I sincerely say so.
My bigger hope, however, is that we stay focused on the purpose of this list,
"Appraising Microsoft", and meaningful ways to articulate such goals.