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Has it progressed as much as it seemed like it would 10, 15, or 20 years ago? Have there been as many exhilarating new ideas in the first six years of the 1980's as there were, say, in the fist six years of the 1970's or the 1960's? I have no illusions that everyone here will answer these question in the same way, or, indeed, that it would prove anything if they did. Rather, my purpose is to set up a different point.
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