pointed, for it is apparent that oncenO'Keefe departs from purely technicalnpoints or personal experiences, he exhaustsnhis expertise. This is a problemnwith many scientists. They are accordednwide attention because of their ability tonperform laboratory feats that, to the layman,nborder on magic, but their politicalnand strategic acumen is often embarrassinglynnaive . . .
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