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From: akt@attglobal.net
Subject: (whorl) Re: Digest whorl.v010.n121
Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 20:26:18 

> From: Alex David Groce <Alex_Groce@gs246.sp.cs.cmu.edu>

> Alga:
> Sometime back (archives taking forever to come up for me) you
> that the "action" of Long Sun can be attributed largely to one
> character.  I'm rereading LS again, and I now want to know who your
> candidate for mastermind is.  I can think of two possibilities, one
> unlikely, the other also hard to defend as the choice:  Pike (!?) and
> Quetzal.

No, Alex. And since I think of you and Adam as the two bright young
things of the list, and since you've both got a month or so to wait
until you get your grubby little paws on IGJ, I will set you the
assignment to prove me wrong.

The "action" of LS, the populist political movement that eventually
catapults Silk into the Calde's seat, and saddles him with Hy, as well,
was masterminded and manipulated by--until circumstances decreed


Dr. Crane

for reasons that you two can either figure out or repudiate.

(heh, heh, heh!!!)


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