Discussion
Norms in Interpretation

Brian Harris

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Let me be among the many (relative to the modest size of our emerging discipline) who I am sure have congratulated you on the first issue of Target. It is a very promising beginning, in which I am proud to note the contributions from my colleagues at the University of Ottawa.

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