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How did THAT get published in a journal?!
Sunday, April 07, 2013 | 1:44 am | Comment ⇢
Sometimes you come across an article that seriously makes you question the credibility of a journal. I mean .. seriously?!

Case in point:

It is rather unfortunate that some of the less worthy intellectual and physical products of our society get so much visibility and (largely deserved) criticism abroad, whereas our contributions to science, to lengthening life expectancy, to improving through good products the quality of life of people worldwide are taken for granted. It is also unfortunate that freedoms (and tolerance and generosity) so much at the basis of our economic (and the world’s) prosperity and ability to innovate are so unappreciated and misunderstood.
- Ammendola, 2005: 541 
American Foreign Policy Interests: The Journal of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, Volume 27, Issue 6.

Are you kidding? I question these contributions Ammendola stresses and doubt the US will ever let another nation take these 'contributions' for granted.

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