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Date: Wed, 23 Aug 1995 08:55:53 -0500
To: (Kevin Schmid)
From: (Jamie McCarthy)
Subject: Re: Open Letter to the Webmaster(s) of the BeWise Web Site

>    THANK YOU JAMIE for your response and information!  
>Please allow us some time to "digest" and research this.  We 
>will definitely (God willing) get back to you as soon as we 
>are able.  Right now, we are extremely busy but we will try
>and check this out ASAP.  

You're quite welcome, and I appreciate your getting back to me so
quickly on this.

I hope it's not too presumptuous of me to ask what research you did
on the original claim about Krakowski when you made it available on
your web site in the first place.  Have you taken, and are you taking,
the time to research the claims of Samisdat Publishers?  Or is it only
my correction which you find it necessary to research?

In any event, I look forward to hearing your conclusions on this
matter.  Note that I do have a great many more factual corrections to
offer regarding your web site, but to avoid swamping us both, I'll
wait until you've dealt with the Krakowski matter first, and will then
present them just a few at a time (unless you prefer it otherwise).

Again, thanks for your quick response.

 Jamie McCarthy
 I speak only for myself.            Co-Webmaster of
 Unless otherwise specified, I consider pro-"revisionism" email public domain.

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