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-> Further information? Try contacting the International SOciety fo
-> General Semantics, Box 728, Concord, Calif., 94522, (510)798-031
-> Some of their written material is impenetrable psychobabble, but
-> also have much important information if you can wade through the
-> of the material.
Interesting. Is Sam Hayakawa still touting that stuff?