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Editorial
March 2006

The Fog of War and the Declining Prevalence of Mental Retardation

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2006;160(3):318-320. doi:10.1001/archpedi.160.3.318

According to legend, Canute the Great, the 11th century king of England, Norway, and Denmark, ordered his throne brought to the seashore at low tide. Ruler of an extensive realm, he commanded the incoming tide not wet the hem of his gown. The tide paid no attention. The moistened Canute reputedly chastened his followers, how empty is the authority of kings in comparison with a higher power which alone controls nature.1

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