James Helle on 30 Mar 2003 19:20:01 -0000

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Re: [eia] combined movement.

My position is that those who combined movement with EACH OTHER get it!
That was obviously their wish and they did the necessary negotiations to
achieve that goal.  If certain countries were left out of the declaration
then they ( and THEY ALONE) are excluded from the benefits of combined
----- Original Message -----
From: "Everett E. Proctor" <spiritmast@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <eia@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 30, 2003 10:40 AM
Subject: Re: [eia] combined movement.

> (subject changed in order to differentiate between the two problems)
> > So are we going with Joel's "maximum wishes fulfilled" theory, or
> > "closed set" theory ?  It certainly makes a big difference this turn.
> Actually, if we end up going with the blind declaration of combined
> movement, I would prefer an "all or nothing" method.
> If possible, consider everyone who has mutually declared combined
> movement with X to have declared combined movement with each other.  In
> the rare case where that is impossible or breaks the rules, such as
> Ragnar's first example, then nobody has combined movement.
> -Everett
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