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Not interesting 27 Feb 2006
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This book takes a theoretical essay approach to professionalism in its attempt to mesh personal opinions with an array of information and citations that cover about half the book. The rest is a crude attempt to tie it all together; the result - the least comprehendible book I've ever had the dipleasure to read.
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