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RE: [discuss] Individual representation

One of the other key issues for this entire constituenbcy model is htat
there can be only one for a constituenbcy group. What is one vehemently
disagrees with the formulation of the constituency group htat they fall

> From: owner-discuss@dnso.org
> [mailto:owner-discuss@dnso.org]On Behalf Of
> Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law
> Sent: Sunday, June 27, 1999 11:56 AM
> Agreed.  It means the academic employees -- the academics (NOT the
> "academic institutions") -- are disenfranchised. Which was my
> point and
> Ellen's, and which neither of us seems to be able to put in
> terms you will
> grok.
> I presume you don't mean to suggest that acadmics, operating in their
> individual capacity, have nothing of value to contribute to Internet
> policy or even purely "technical" decisions?  But that would
> appear to be
> the import of your remarks.