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 These are the sort of observations I was looking for.

 So, then, in your opinion, speaking of, if it is possible to do so, an admittedly not-strictly-real "average American" between, say, 1800 and 1948, were they rather consistently prone or not prone to see, think and behave according to (whatever sort of) prevailing ideological currents of the times?---in your view?

  This is what I'm driving at getting folks' views on.

 By the way, see (soon) an appended "up-date" in the diary body above--in which I notify all that, in order to simply the process of opinion getting and giving, I simply take a page from Jérôme's style-book and (soon) post what I have written so far

 and invite opinion, criticism on that.

  Should'a done that in the first place, huh?

 ;^)

"In such an environment it is not surprising that the ills of technology should seem curable only through the application of more technology..." John W Aldridge

by proximity1 on Fri May 26th, 2006 at 11:48:21 AM EST
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