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A new wrinkle (to me at least) in the "debate 2000"--I just changed "from
before the turn of the century" to "before 1900" because the book I'm
working on may still be in use after 2000. The former is imprecise
anyway, but . . .
Any other editorial reminders that a new century cometh?