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With the present issue, we inaugurate a department designed to give readers an opportunity to become more immediately involved in world issues than is possible through print media. Clicking on the yellow button below will open a link to our new Reader's Forum where readers may register their own views about the topics raised by journal authors. Since comments are posted immediately, others may read them and respond at once instead of waiting for the next quarterly issue to appear. We hope the result will be an interesting and fruitful stream of discussion about those topics.
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