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Re: Part V: Case Study
wgt0823   8/23/2013 11:58:26 AM
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hello from DFW.  As to the question, the course has been a good high-level framing of concepts and issues.  Now I'd like to get more in depth in the material.  Good job in a tough format - I used to do this and your 30 min time allocation makes it very difficult.

 



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