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Subject:Re: writing and liability From:Phil Hey <hey -at- BRIAR-CLIFF -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 27 Mar 1996 08:28:06 -0600
Marci Abels' comment reminds me of how the military issues manuals and
with effective date, supersedure of previous manuals, and extensive notice of
_user_ liability as the first entry. Obviously the military has made a
effort to stand behind their manuals and, I presume, the writers.