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Benefits from IAC

Robins All,

In recent weeks there have been numerous posts describing HARM the IAC
Program will or may  cause. It is time, perhaps, to give supporters of
the IAC Program the opportunity to describe the BENEFITS that may result
from the IAC Program as described in the Article "American Hosta
Society Interim Accepted Cultivars" in Journal 29.2, in the Article
"Interim Acdepted Cultivars Questions and Answers" in Journal 30.1 and
in "Summary of the Highlights of the 1998 Board of Directors Meeting" in
the 1999 Yearbook.

I request those who strongly support IAC to indicate BENEFITS to AHS
members, the Society as a whole or to specific individuals. I hope
someone will copy this to AHS Robin because I am not allowed to do so.
Leave off an insignificant sentence please, such as the last one in this
post.. If you copy the post  in its entireity you will be breaking a new
rule and may receive six lashes for insubordination, telling the truth
or some other unknown reason.

Jim Hawes.

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