dlaycock at MAIL.LAW.UTEXAS.EDU
Sat Feb 14 15:45:42 PST 1998
Eugene's example of the witness and the actor persuades me that I
overstated, as absolutes usually do. Choral music would be another example.
At least it is permissible to school choirs to sing it, and therefore
permissible to ask students to sing it. At least the witness could be
required to repeat the words.
I still think that all these examples are qualitatively different
from "Try it once to see what it's like." I will stick by my absolutism there.
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