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Shamelessly forwarded from Greg Aharonian's Patent mailing list:

My kudos as a science and technology historian to Virgil Lawrence of San
Jose, California, whose recent letter of history to the SJMerc is irony

    'A law professor recommended the president should resign:

        "Yes, the president should resign.  He has lied to the
        American people, time and time again, and betrayed their
        trust.  Since he has admitted guilt, there is no reason
        to put the American people through an impeachment.  He
        will serve absolutely no purpose in finishing out his
        term, the only possible solution is for the president
        to save some dignity and resign."

    This was Professor William Jefferson Clinton, candidate for
    the 3rd Congressional District, Arkansas, 1974.'