tation research. The other has also appeared, and will appear again and again: administrators and political leaders resort to their own forms of persuasion and demagoguery in dealing with the issue, and the public is neither better informed nor provided with fresh terms and images with which to view and address the issue. In this regard, the panel missed a fine opportunity.

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