"It will be useful [emphasis supplied] to report value-based information."

Thus do Messrs. Miller and Bahnson place the final nail into the coffin of the two unfortunate letter writers who dared disagree with them. These eminent professors are devotees of the school of rhetoric that believes if you say something often enough, it must be true, and somebody out there will believe it.

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