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23rd February 2003

I feel let down, betrayed even. I loved Prospect because it refused to tell me what to think. I could have read with interest the piece by Mears-heimer and Walt (March)-even though I reject their arguments-had they not been given editorial support.

John Yates

Ashbourne, Derbyshire


9th March 2003

While I agree with Ian Crawford (March) that the exploration of the solar system should continue in person as well as by proxy, some of his arguments seem a little tendentious. The scientific gains achieved by mending the Hubble…

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