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About "Resolution Overview"
The aim of this publication is to give you a head start on some of the key concepts that will factor into this resolution.
This lesson occasionally uses direct quotes, but follow the links in the citations and read from the primary sources. Secondary sources are useful because they synthesize and compile information, but they can’t give you the texture or context that primary source material provides. So, follow the URLs like breadcrumbs, down the yellow brick road of diligence, riding the magic carpet of your internet browser. And yes, my fairy tales got a little mixed there, but I think you get the point.
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