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The Plagiarism Issue

Jim Hawes has made the case that Ben Zonneveld has committed plagiarism. There
is no doubt now in my mind.
The AHS holds the copyright as does Jim Hawes on Jim Hawes articles. At common
law Jim Hawes has certain rights. The AHS should posthaste institute action
against Dr. Zonneveld. The AHS chose to be a corporation. It must protect
itself and its members against copyright infringement. 
Ben, why don't you simply say you are sorry and give credit where credit is
We all make mistakes of judgement.


Clyde Crockett
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