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FTR #690 Update on the Meltdown, Part 5: Who and What was Roland Arnall?

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Introduction: Precipitated by the U.S. subprime meltdown, the global financial crisis has severely damaged important aspects of American society and power, even causing many to envision the end of the dollar’s reign as the global currency of choice. Many see the financial meltdown of 2008 as a watershed with regard to the distribution and administration of geopolitical power and the beginning of the end of U.S. global dominance.

Eclipsed by the momentous possibilities called forth by the meltdown is the mysterious, enigmatic person described as “the Johnny Appleseed of subprime.” Largely unknown even to close colleagues, the late Roland Arnall has successfully obscured virtually everything about himself, including his country of origin! (Arnall is pictured above at right and to the left, as U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands.)

This broadcast examines this pivotally important, little known individual.

Beginning with the topic of the Bormann capital network, the program notes that the network has long made a point of utilizing Jews. (A synoptic overview of the Bormann network can be found in the description for FTR #305.) Using Jews as primary operatives has a number of advantages: it provides an excellent cover for a Nazi money-laundering operation; the capital derived for the state of Israel helps to assure connivance and silence on the part of the Israeli authorities with regard to the existence of the Bormann network and the Underground Reich; people can point to the great wealth of Bormann Jews and blame economic distress on them, similar to the Internet chatter generated by the collapse of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. (Bormann is pictured at right, above.)

Noting the sparsely-detailed background of subprime kingpin Roland Arnall, the program highlights his European origins. Note that Arnall was described as “the Johnny Appleseed of subprime.” Note that almost nothing is known about this secretive, highly important individual except for his “alleged” Jewishness. (Arnall is pictured at left.)

Mr. Emory commented that Arnall’s country of origin is unknown, and yet he makes a point of emphasizing his allegedly Jewish background and his work for the Simon Weisenthal Center. Arnall’s highly selective secretiveness reminded Mr. Emory of U.S. intelligence officer Lee Harvey Oswald’s profession of his communist sympathies on a WDSU interview available in FTR #621.

This broadcast is dominated by one primary consideration: Was Roland Arnall selected by the Bormann network and the Underground Reich as a vehicle for undermining the U.S. economy, as well as deriving profits from the subprime extravaganza for that network? (The primary investigator of the Bormann network, author Paul Manning is pictured at right.)

It is Mr. Emory’s viewpoint that Arnall may very well have been selected in a manner not unlike that in which Tino De Angelis was selected to undermine the commodities markets on 11/22/1963. The collapse of the markets on that fateful day was an operation that appears to have derived tremendous profits for the authors of the plot, as well as sending a message to the powers that be in this country about who was really in charge. Listeners are emphatically encouraged to examine FTR #327 to develop their understanding of that aspect of President Kennedy’s assassination.

Although secretive, Arnall was politically very well connected, counting former California governor Gray Davis, current California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former President George W. Bush among his allies. As the subprime meltdown was precipitating legal investigations in the United States, Bush appointed Arnall as Ambassador to the Netherlands, making possible interrogation of Arnall in connection with the subprime crisis more difficult, as well as placing Arnall in position to monitor sensitive investigations moving in the direction of the Netherlands.

As the world’s financial institutions began to hemorrhage red ink. Arnall conveniently died of cancer, passing from this world as secretively as he had lived and eliminating him from further interrogation.

Concluding with an update of For The Record’s coverage of the collapse of the Madoff operation, the broadcast highlights Walter Noel and his Fairfield Greenwich Group, one of the main feeder funds for the Madoff operation. Taking “Family Values” to a new level, the well-connected Noel has drawn on his prominent Swiss/Brazilian in-laws (the Haeglers) as well as his numerous sons-in-law to generate capital for the Madoff operation in areas that are primary places of business for the Underground Reich and the Bormann capital network. (The Noel family is pictured at right.)

Program Highlights Include: Review of Meyer Lansky’s attempt at blackmailing the Bormann network, resulting in his expulsion from Israel and arrest by U.S. authorities; review of information suggesting that Schwarzenegger is an agent of the Underground Reich; review of information suggesting that the Madoff operation may very well be a Bormann gambit.

1a. Beginning with the topic of the Bormann capital network, the program notes that the network has long made a point of utilizing Jews. A synoptic overview of the Bormann network can be found in the description for FTR #305.

Using Jews as primary operatives has a number of advantages: it provides an excellent cover for a Nazi money-laundering operation; the capital derived for the state of Israel helps to assure connivance and silence on the part of the Israeli authorities with regard to the existence of the Bormann network and the Underground Reich; people can point to the great wealth of Bormann Jews and blame economic distress on them, similar to the Internet chatter generated by the collapse of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. (Madoff is discussed below.)

“. . . Since the founding of Israel, the Federal Republic of Germany had paid out 85.3 billion marks, by the end of 1977, to survivors of the Holocaust. East Germany ignores any such liability. From South America, where payment must be made with subtlety, the Bormann organization has made a substantial contribution. It has drawn many of the brightest Jewish businessmen into a participatory role in the development of many of its corporations, and many of these Jews share their prosperity most generously with Israel. If their proposals are sound, they are even provided with a specially dispensed venture capital fund. I spoke with one Jewish businessman in Hartford, Connecticut. He had arrived there quite unknown several years before our conversation, but with Bormann money as his leverage. Today he is more than a millionaire, a quiet leader in the community with a certain share of his profits earmarked, as always, for his venture capital benefactors. This has taken place in many other instances across America and demonstrates how Bormann’s people operate in the contemporary commercial world, in contrast to the fanciful nonsense with which Nazis are described in so much ‘literature.’ So much emphasis is placed on select Jewish participation in Bormann companies that when Adolf Eichmann was seized and taken to Tel Aviv to stand trial, it produced a shock wave in the Jewish and German communities of Buenos Aires. Jewish leaders informed the Israeli authorities in no uncertain terms that this must never happen again because a repetition would permanently rupture relations with the Germans of Latin America, as well as with the Bormann organization, and cut off the flow of Jewish money to Israel. It never happened again, and the pursuit of Bormann quieted down at the request of these Jewish leaders. He is residing in an Argentine safe haven, protected by the most efficient German infrastructure in history as well as by all those whose prosperity depends on his well-being. Personal invitation is the only way to reach him.”

(Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile; Paul Manning; Copyright 1981 [HC]; Lyle Stuart Inc.; ISBN 0-8184-0309-8; pp. 226-227.)

1b. The program relates an incident in which organized crime kingpin Meyer Lansky tried to blackmail the Bormann group, which resulted in his removal from Israel.

“A revealing insight into this international financial and industrial network was given me by a member of the Bormann organization residing in West Germany. Meyer Lansky, he said, the financial advisor to the Las Vegas—Miami underworld sent a message to Bormann through my West German SS contact. Lansky promised that if he received a piece of Bormann’s action he would keep the Israeli agents off Bormann’s back. ‘I have a very good relation with the Israeli secret police’ was his claim, although he was to be kicked out of Israel when his presence became too noted—and also at the urging of Bormann’s security chief in South America. At the time Lansky was in the penthouse suite of Jerusalem’s King David Hotel, in which he owned stock. He had fled to Israel to evade a U.S. federal warrant for his arrest. He sent his message to Bormann through his bag man in Switzerland, John Pullman, also wanted in the United States on a federal warrant. Lansky told Pullman to make this offer ‘which he can’t refuse.’ The offer was forwarded to Buenos Aires, where it was greeted with laughter. When the laughter died down, it was replaced with action. Meyer was evicted from Israel and was told by Swiss authorities to stay out of their country, so he flew to South America. There he offered any president who would give him asylum a cool $1 million in cash. He was turned down everywhere and had to continue his flight to Miami, where U.S. marshals, alerted, were waiting to take him into custody.”

(Ibid.; pp. 227-228.)

2. Noting the sparsely-detailed background of subprime kingpin Roland Arnall, the program highlights his European origins. Note that Arnall was described as “the Johnny Appleseed of subprime.” Note that almost nothing is known about this secretive, highly important individual except for his “alleged” Jewishness.

Mr. Emory commented that Arnall’s country of origin is unknown, and yet he makes a point of emphasizing his allegedly Jewish background and his work for the Simon Weisenthal Center. Arnall’s highly selective secretiveness reminded Mr. Emory of U.S. intelligence officer Lee Harvey Oswald’s profession of his communist sympathies on a WDSU interview available in FTR #621.

This broadcast is dominated by one primary consideration: Was Roland Arnall selected by the Bormann network and the Underground Reich as a vehicle for undermining the U.S. economy, as well as deriving profits from the subprime extravaganza for that network?

It is Mr. Emory’s viewpoint that Arnall may very well have been selected in a manner not unlike that in which Tino De Angelis was selected to undermine the commodities markets on 11/22/1963. The collapse of the markets on that fateful day was an operation that appears to have derived tremendous profits for the authors of the plot, as well as sending a message to the powers that be in this country about who was really in charge. Listeners are emphatically encouraged to examine FTR #327 to develop their understanding of that aspect of President Kennedy’s assassination.

“. . . Until the early 2000s, he [Arnall] was for the most part invisible, keeping his picture out of the papers as best he could. On occasion there might be a story about the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, which Arnall helped found, but not much else. His avoidance of the press was intentional. Arnall, to the dispute of no one, shunned publicity with an almost religious zeal. Cole, an LBM employee for just under two years, remembers a conversation he had with Arnall when he said, ‘We’ve got to stay under the radar.’ Added Cole, ‘He was very secretive. He shunned publicity. Roland does not give press interviews.’ . . .”

Chain of Blame; by Paul Muolo and Matthew Padilla; Joh Wiley & Sons [HC]; Copyright 2008 by Paul Muolo and Matthew Pakilla; p.79.

3. More about Arnall’s background:

” . . . Only one thing seems certain about his early years: that he was born in 1939 in Europe. His family was Jewish, which meant their lives were in danger as Hitler came to power and Nazi Germany expanded its borders by invading other nations. His official biography has him born in Paris on the eve of World War II. An unconfirmed press report says it was Poland. (Arnall has never given any type of extensive interview about his past, or about anything else for that matter.) To avoid detection by the Nazis, the family said they were Catholic, according to one attorney who did business with Arnall. . .”

Ibid.; pp. 74-75.

4. Although secretive, Arnall was–as we shall see–politically very well connected.

” . . . The other reason Mozilo took an interest in Arnall was that Arnall’s current lending venture, Ameriquest Mortgage, a retail non depository based in nearby Orange, was beginning to accumulate a huge market share in supprime  mortgages, a product niche that Countrywide had avoided for most of its 30-year-plus history but was now slowly but surely gaining traction in. Arnall was also on the verge of launching a nationwide wholesale lender called Argent Mortage that was gearing to sell subprime through loan brokers in as many states as possible-and as quickly as possible. If there was one thing that Mozilo paid careful attention to, it was market share. It was a given that he was going to let Arnall have some of his time. It also didn’t hurt that Arnall was politically well connected, having donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to federal and local politicians over the years. Former California governor Gray Davis officiated at his wedding in 2000. . .”

Ibid.; p. 74.

5. The significance of Arnall for the subprime business and the global economic devastation stemming from that are encapsulated by the observation that he [Arnall] was “the Johnny Appleseed of the subprime business.

” . . .Even though Arnall was out of the business by 2007, he (as well as the Jedinaks) had left behind a family tree of executives and loan officers who had worked at one of his companies and then decided to either start their own subprime shop or work for an existing one, taking along with them the tricks of the trade-not all of them good. In a way, Arnall had served as the Johnny Appleseed of the industry. Jack Mayesh, Arnall’s right-hand man at Long Beach Mortgage, stayed out of the business for three years after the company was sold to WaMu and then reemerged with a brand-new lender called Residential Mortgage Assistance Enterprise or ResMAE for short. (Note how it sounds like Fannie Mae.) It was based in Brea, nestled in the foothills of north Orange County, 20 miles from the Pacific. Its specialty–to no one’s surprise-was suprime lending. Mayesh’s backers on Wall Street? Lehman Brothers and Greenwich Capital, which promised to lend him money and either buy or securitize his loans. Joining Mayesh in his new venture were two other former executives who had worked for Arnall: Edward Resendez and William Komperda. In its first year of operation ResMAE funded $1 billion in loans, a phenomenal sum for a company that a year earlier didn’t even exist.

Another former Arnall acolyte at Long Beach Mortgage was Steven Holder, who went on to help start New Century Financial Corporation, a nonbank that eventually supplanted Ameriquest/Argent as the largest subprime funder in the United States. Holder eventually left New Century and formed yet another company, Encore Credit, which Bear Stearns backed. Also out of Long Beach Mortgage came Frank Curry, who formed Acoustic Home Loans. LBM alumni Pat Rank and Bob Dubrish launched Option One Mortgage, which eventually was sold to Fleet Bank of Boston, and then to H&R Block, the tax preparation giant. (In time Option One became a top five ranked subprime originator.) Arnall employee Tim Walsh launched the retail arm of First NLC Financial Services of Deerfield Beach, Florida. Eventually, more than 100 Ameriquest employees, including several top sales managers and LOs [Loan Officers], would join him. . . .”

Ibid.; p. 101.

6. Something of the scale of Arnall’s promotional campaign on behalf of his firms can be gleaned from the following passage:

“. . . The idea was to brand the Ameriquest name on anything that would give the company maximum exposure and make its telephones ring. (As Cole had noted, it was all about selling.) Over the years Ameriquest bought the naming rights to the Texas Rangers baseball stadium, and advertised on the walls of major and minor league stadiums. It sponsored a tour by the Rolling Stones, and even topped that by hiring (Sir) Paul McCartney to play the half time show at the Super Bowl-the Amriquest name emblazoned over the TV screen as the former Beatle finished ‘Live and Let Die.’

Argent, even though it didn’t deal directly with the public but through loan brokers, sponsored NASCAR race car drivers Dario Franchitti and Danica Patrick, the Argent name printed proudly on their cars and uniforms. It sponsored athletes far and wide-Jim Furyk, Chris de Marco (Golf), Michael Phelps and Amanda Beard (the U.S. Olympic team), among others. Terry Rouch, who worked for several of Arnall’s mortgage companies over the years, noted that the Ameriquest/Argent name was ‘truly everywhere,’ saying the company’s plan was to create instant name recognition ‘not just to brokers and borrowers but literally to the world and with all 50 state attorney generals.’

The mention of the AGs by Rouch was a joke, but that’s exactly what happened. Ameriquest/Argent was nothing short of a mortgage juggernaut. Not only was it the largest subprime lender in the nation, but it now ranked 10th among all residential lenders. The industry knew it, Mozilo knew it, investment bankers knew it. Managing directors from Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and Friedman Billings Ramsey had all knocked on Arnall’s door trying to convince him to take the company public through an IPO. Year after year he resisted, but then in late 2004, he began to think otherwise. Around this time both the press and several AGs’ offices (California, Connecticut, Iowa, and New York) began paying attention to a growing pile of allegations against the company-that some of Ameriquest’s retail loan officers were a little bit too high-pressure on the sales tactics, convincing homeowners to take out loans that they couldn’t afford. It was also around this time that Arnall’s retail production chief, the man in charge of all the LOs on the street, Kirk Langs, announced his retirement. Langs was 40 years old. The company, true to form, said little about the retirement. Rumors began to circulate in the industry that Langs might have walked away with a retirement package worth $17 million. He, like his boss, wasn’t one to give interviews.”

Ibid.; pp. 93-94.

7. Arnall’s luck began to run out. Successful for a time, the subprime albatross began to weigh down the global financial industry.

” . . . Rumors were swirling around about Arnall’s Ameriquest being the subject of predatory lending investigations in multiple states. The last thing in the world the market liked was an investigation about a mortgage firm’s lending practices-even if it was an aberration. And it was doubly bad that the rumors concerned the nation’s largest subprime lender: Ameriquest. . . .”

Ibid.; p. 143.

8. Even as clouds appeared on Arnall’s professional horizon, he was nominated by the George W. Bush administration to be U.S. ambassador to the Netherlands. Note that this appointment occurred as two investigations were moving in the direction of the Netherlands–the investigations into the Bush family’s Nazi connections as well as that of the two Dutchmen who operated the Florida flight schools through which many of the 9/11 hijackers infiltrated the U.S.

” . . .Wall Street firms had made well over $100 million in fees from Ameriquest, Argent, and affiliated lenders over the years by lending them money and securitizing their subprime loans, but the biggest payday of them all-underwriting fees from an IPO-likely would never materialize. Word of several state AG investigations concerning its lending practices had killed that hope.

In late July, the Bush White House made it official: Arnall was being considered for the ambassadorship to the Netherlands. This time, Ameriquest’s spokesman, Chris Orlando, finally decided to say something: ‘Mr. Arnall would be willing and honored to serve his country in any way he might be asked.’ Even though Arnall and his wife had made large donations to the Democratic National Committee over the years, all eight Democrats on the Foreign Relations Committee, which had the first vote on ambassadorships, said they would vote no because of the abusive lending allegations hanging over the company. Republicans were inclined to vote yes. Republican Senator Norm Coleman from Minnesota said of Arnall, ‘His personal actions had never been called into question.’

In January of 2006, and after several more months of rumors about what the AG offices were up to, Ameriquest made if official, agreeing to pay 49 states $325 million to settle charges that it engaged in abusive lending practices. (Virginia was excluded from the settlement because Ameriquest didn’t lend there.) It was the second largest home lending settlement in U.S. history. Roughly 750,000 loans that Ameriquest had made through its Boiler Room-trained LOs were affected by the settlement. On average, each Ameriquest customer would get $600. One of the most damaging charges against the company was that its LOs had engaged in a practice called upselling where the loan officer was compensated extra money to originate mortgages at a higher note rate or more points. In settling, the company admitted no wrong doing and boasted to the press that the settlement with the states in no way restricted its ability to lend.

The deal also cleared the way for Arnall’s ambassadorship to go through, though the vote was narrow. Shortly therafter, his wife Dawn was named chairman of ACC, the holding company that oversaw Ameriquest and Argent. Argent, the wholesale arm that used brokers, wasn’t part of the settlement, though Iowa AG Tom Miller told reporters that the states would begin investigating wholesalers and brokers. . . .”

Ibid.; pp. 96-97.

9. As Arnall was representing the U.S. to the Dutch, his subprime empire and its associates and imitators were melting down, taking the world’s financial system with it.

” . . . Wall Street firm after firm would announce that they were writing down by billions of dollars the value of subprime CDOs they held on their balance sheets. The numbers were getting huge: Citigroup ($11 billion with potential exposure on CDOs and structured investment vehicles of $45 billion); United Bank of Switzerland (UBS, a major warehouse lender to subprime nonbanks and an investor in CDOs, $10 billion in write-downs); Merrill Lynch ($8.4 billion); Bear Stearns ($1.2 billion). HSBC, the London bank that had bought subprime giant Household Finance earlier in the decade, was taking a $3.4 billion loss on subprime loans it held. These were markdowns on their value, not necessarily net losses. The reason they were being marked down: subprime delinquencies. . . .”

Ibid.; p. 260.

10. As the subprime business was dying, so was the secretive Arnall. Note that it is possible to commit assassinations using cancer. (FTR #644, among other programs, explores this possibility.)

” . . . Adam Bass of Ameriquest Capital Corporation, Arnall’s holding company (now winding down what was left of its assets after the sale of Argent and Ameriquest’s servicing business to Citigroup), was in attendance. The only reporter there was Lew Sichelman, the nationally syndicated housing columnist. (Sichelman dined with Bass during the conference.) A few weeks later, Arnall died of cancer in Los Angeles after having resigned his ambassadorship to the Netherlands. He had come back to the United States from Europe to be with a seriously ill son who was also battling cancer. The intensively private man had never let on publicly that he, too, was sick. True to form, he had done his best to live under the radar. . . .”

Ibid.; p. 302.

11. Among the luminaries at Arnall’s funeral was Arnold Schwarzenegger , a probable operative of the Underground Reich. Note again that his death silenced any comments he might have been able to make about the devastating global financial crisis spurred in considerable measure by the “fruit” that he “seeded:–subprime.

“. . . In the world of subprime CDOs, it was all about transferring risk: from the mortgage lender into an ABS into a CDO. The fool was the last one holding the bond.

Some of these fools were headquartered overseas in faraway lands. Others were foreign banks or investment banking firms that had set up shop in New York City to lend money to nonbank subprime lenders, securitize their mortgages, create tranches, package them into CDOs and send them across the Atlantic. Some were unlucky enough not to find investors for the CDOs, which meant they held them in their own investment accounts. Germany’s Deutsche Bank, Switzerland’s UBS Securities, and Royal Bank of Scotland’s Greenwich Capital were all major players in the U.S. subprime market. In April 2008 UBS took a $19 billion write-down on its subprime business, which included securities that had fallen in value and were now worth a fraction of their original worth.

Two weeks before UBS unveiled its huge loss, Ameriquest founder Roland Arnall died of cancer and was buried in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Terry Rouch, who used to work for Arnall as an account executive, was in attendance, as were family, friends, other former employees, and politicians far and wide, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, former governor Gray Davis, and current California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, the retired movie star. During the entire ceremony and procession, Schwarzenegger stood near Rouch, who with his sunglasses and athletic build blended in with the governor’s security detail. ‘Arnold put his hand on my shoulder a few times,’ remembered Rouch. ‘He thought I was one of his bodyguards.’

Rouch didn’t recall anything being said at the funeral about Ameriquest. It was obvious to him that it was neither the time nor the place. The focus, as it should have been, was on Arnall’s achievements as a humanitarian, his work with the Simon Wiesenthal Center. ‘It felt like a political rally with the amount of politicians coming to pay their respects,’ said Rouch. ‘It was a touching Jewish ceremony. You could say there wasn’t a dry eye in the place-but it wasn’t necessarily for the passing of the father of subprime. It was for our own futures.’. . .”

Ibid.; p. 308.

12. The program concludes with a look at Fairfield Greenwich Group and Walter Noel. In past discussion of Madoff, Mr. Emory has opined that the Madoff operation was, in all probability, a Bormann/Underground Reich operation.

In that context, the background of Madoff “feeder fund” head Walter Noel derived much of his economic gravitas from his wife’s family, of mixed Brazilian and Swiss extraction. Although one should not jump to conclusions on the basis of too little information, a careful examination of Noel’s Fairfield Greenwich Group and other aspects of the Madoff milieu points in the direction of the Bormann capital network.

The areas of interest and operation for those around Noel–Europe (Southern Europe and Switzerland in particular) and Latin America–are the primary places of business for the Bormann network. For more about Madoff, see FTR #’s 658, 665.

 

“. . . F.G.G. [Fairfield Greenwich Group] was sometimes steered to clients by Monica Noel’s cousins. Half Swiss, half Brazilian, she was a member of the prominent Haegler family. Her cousin Jorge Paulo Lemann is Brazil’s richest financier and co-owns InBev, Budweiser’s parent company. . .”

“Greenwich Mean Time” by Vicky Ward; Vanity Fair; April/2009; p. 103.

13. More about Noel and his family/business associates–note that Noel’s sons-in-law all work for F.G.G. in Europe and Latin America, areas of primary business involvement by the Bormann network and the Underground Reich.

Was the Madoff operation and Noel’s F.G.G. a Bormann operation, in part or in whole?

“As Fairfield Greenwich expanded, the most prominent of its salesmen came to be Noel’s own sons-in-law, whose European and South American backgrounds were invaluable to the firm . . . F.G.G.’s chief shareholder is Andres Piedrahita, who owns 22 percent. Piedrahita, 50, is a short, brash Colombian married to Noel’s eldest daughter, Corina, 45. . . .The other Noel sons-in-law have also reaped riches from F.G.G.-and all but one of them worked for the firm. Yanko Della Schiava, 44, an Italian married to Noel’s second daughter, Lisina, 44, sold F.G.G. in Northern Italy and southern Switzerland. . . .Noel’s fourth daughter, Alix, 41, often called the ‘earthiest’ of the sisters, is married to Swiss-born Philip Toub, 43. Noel put him to work selling Fairfield Greenwich mostly in Brazil, where the Toubs moved before returning recently to Greenwich with their four children.

The family’s ‘baby,’ as she is often called, Marisa, married a dashing New York hedge-fund manager, Matt Brown, 39, in 2002. In 2005, his company merged into F.G.G., where his job was to bring in new business. . .”

Ibid.; pp. 103-104.

Discussion

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