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April 24, 2008



Prof. Yin,

I think you're dead on, although I doubt anyone in the near future will be able to track down as many inept people and appoint them to as many important government posts as Bush has. I'm sure Hillary will try, though. I think the difference between them would be that Bush's appointees tend to be openly hostile to the very positions they occupy and the bureaucracies they run.

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