Beginning in 1900, Finley Peter Dunne, an American journalist and humorist, wrote a popular series of satirical observations and reflections attributed to an honest Irish American bartender Martin Dooley on social and political topics in the Chicago Journal. He also wrote books: Mr Dooley's Philosophy, Mr Dooley's Opinions, and Observations by Mr Dooley. With due apologies to Dunne, I herein use this technique to comment on a report in this issue of the Archives.1
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