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A Whirlwind of History, Ethics, and Management

I've been up early, making notes and thinking about a whirlwind of history, ethics, and management. I'll crash later, of course, but for now the notes must be made. I'm past the point of telling myself that I can go back to sleep and remember it in the morning. Sad experience has shown that is not the case. Besides, there is the great stillness of the night - I won't hear the newspaper hit the pavement for another hour - and that assists thought.
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