well the items reported as fact, as items that allegedly appeared in reasonable journals of the time, would be interesting to check--the details regarding farish and standard oil, the steel and coal companies, the continuing profiteering that went on after these companies were nationalized. ...

i'm willing to believe it all, because i've been taught, and have experienced the learning, that business is amoral--was, is, will always be. however, there is a slight compromising of credibility in the use an falsely portentous non-sequitur such as, ". . . According to Dutch intelligence, Kouwenhoven met with Prescott soon after Christmas, 1947. Two weeks later, Kouwenhoven apparently died of a heart attack.. . ."

- bunny 3-30-2003 2:37 am

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