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Created: March 7, 2006
Latest Update: March 7, 2006

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NAME wrote in Message No. NUMBER:

Text from message you want to discuss.:

NAME wrote in Message No. NUMBER:

Text from message you want to discuss.

Request for Sources:

We need to identify sources OR to clearly state that we have no sources and are expressing feelings or our own beliefs. That is paramount to any fruitful discussion in which no one acts as controlling authority. Where do you get such sources? Try googling. On Greg's statement of "the museum was not plundered. A few pieces were taken. Most of the collection had already been moved to protect it", I googled plundered and "Iraqi National Museum", from which I located the following:

  • Brief citation you want us to see from the source you found.

    Complete URL for the source: Complete URL.

Brief explanation of what we're supposed to see, like an unstated assumption, in the citation, and how it relates to the issue we're discussing.

Discussion Questions

  1. Text of question.

    Consider: WHAT I WAS THINKING ABOUT WHEN I WROTE THE QUESTION. AND LINKS TO SOURCES.

  2. Text of question.

    Consider: WHAT I WAS THINKING ABOUT WHEN I WROTE THE QUESTION. AND LINKS TO SOURCES.

References:

    Links that will lead us to more in-depth reading.

  • LINK Complete URL.

    Brief explanation of what we're supposed to see, like an unstated assumption, in the link, and how it relates to the issue we're discussing.

  • LINK Complete URL.

    Brief explanation of what we're supposed to see, like an unstated assumption, in the link, and how it relates to the issue we're discussing.



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