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Re: re: The great TB conspiracy


From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 12/8/99 2:31:49 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Chad.Schroter@quantum.com writes:

<<  I would like to second the finer points made by others that the AIS, and 
it's bulletin are a reflection of the MAJORITY of the readers wants/desires; 
and NOT an attempt to force TB's on the populace.  >>

In this context we should perhaps also remember the existence of the various 
affiliated Sections of AIS, which are special interest groups, each with its 
own publication.

These Sections are devoted to irises of different types, Siberian, Species, 
Japanese, Remontant, Historic or whatever, and their journals address 
type-specific issues in greater detail and with greater sophistication than 
is usually practicable in a publication such as the Bulletin which must 
attempt to bring cheer to a broad spectrum of people and keep them abreast of 
the activities and business of the Society as well.   

Anner Whitehead
HIPSource@aol.com

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