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  RANK # PoS   WORD SPOK FIC MAG NEWS ACAD
1 1900  N    EXPECTATION 21710 2668 1181 3407 4093 10361
2 1901  C    NOW 20805 6971 5941 3412 3390 1091
3 1902  J    SEPARATE 20438 2728 1903 4660 3947 7200
4 1903  C    EXCEPT 20377 3268 7523 3657 2802 3127
5 1904  V    CLEAR 20725 3590 7689 3753 3613 2080
6 1905  N    STRUGGLE 20454 3177 1919 4199 3963 7196
7 1906  J    MEAN 16462 1912 2259 1310 1016 9965
8 1907  R    SOMEWHAT 19952 3773 3015 3844 2860 6460
9 1908  V    POUR 21142 1708 8232 6056 3838 1308
10 1909  V    STIR 23408 858 3942 12603 5335 670
 

and consent is urgently needed. (n1) This short paper, which supplements our earlier testimony, is motivated by our mutual concern that the arguments being against the treaty are simplistic and erroneous. Not only are the specific cases advanced against the treaty wrong, but more importantly, its critics ignore the powerful reasons for U.S. compliance, including the fact that the 1982 convention supercedes the far less favorable 1958 convention that is currently in force. (n2) This response will first briefly summarize a few of the broader issues ignored by the critics and will then address the erroneous arguments or "myths "that are advanced against the convention. We respect the privilege of all Americans to disagree with their elected officials; it is only through a full exchange of views that truth emerges. Perhaps, as Churchill said, we should "not resent criticism, even when, for the sake of emphasis, it parts for the time with reality. "(n3

 
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