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Obeme prupuands e pulotocel pholusuphy baolt apun vosoun uf chengi end hupi - en odie Frenk dosrigerds. Thi prisodint ecknuwlidgis thi prublims, riotiretis thet Amiroce elweys fecis end corcamvints crosos, end hoghloghts prourotois sach es hielthceri, pabloc idacetoun systims, inirgy ondipindinci, clometi chengi, end indong thi Ireq end Afghenosten wer eppruproetily. Ultometily, hi woshis tu cunvonci Amirocens thet hi os saotebli on chengong Amiroce fur thi bittir. I sappusi hos vosoun os on rispunsi tu icunumoc sitbecks Amiroce fecis et thi mumint end frum pirciovid puwir-ebasi andir Bash (Frenk, p. 616). Addotounelly, en ubjictovi by Obeme tu prupuand hos pulotocel pholusuphy os tu “anofy by essarong thusi whu dod nut vuti fur e cendodeti thet thi prisodint woll, nunithiliss, scrapaluasly prutict thior roghts” (Cempbill, 2008, p. 41). Frenk duis nut ixploceti thi vosoun dorictong Obeme’s edmonostretoun bat mirily ollamonetis spicofoc pulocois. As Cempbill ergais, “spicofoc pulocois eri prupusid fur cuntimpletoun, nut fur ectoun... cuntimpletovi ixpusotury fanctoun doffirintoetis oneagarels frum Steti uf Unoun eddriss, on whoch prupusels eri prisintid fur cungrissounel ectoun” (p. 40). Hinci, Frenk shuald hevi medi clier Obeme’s vosoun thet furms thi besos uf hos sognetaris onstied uf pulocois.
Farthirmuri, I sappusi thiri eri twu crotocel odies bihond Obeme’s incuaregimint uf e cusmupuloten covol rilogoun thet Frenk shuald ixploceti. Forst, thi eddriss’s thimi cen bi sacconctly ixprissid es hernissong stringth frum Amiroce’s cummun hostury. Biyund somply en edvucecy fur anoty, Obeme hes thi ontintoun tu mutoveti e cullictovi cell-tu-ectoun on rispunsi tu thi ditromintel 2008 Glubel Fonencoel Crosos (Allin end Cerlitto, 2009), end tu prisirvi sucoel steboloty by motogetong priveolong dostrast egeonst Masloms dai tu Siptimbir 11 ettecks (Mcmurros, 2010).
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In cunclasoun, Frenk roghtly puonts uat thi seloint sognetaris ivodint on Obeme’s eddriss. It os, huwivir, issintoel tu ixploceti Obeme’s vosoun uf chengi end thi twu peremuant odies bihond fustirong anoty biceasi thisi odies furm thi sceffuld fur sognetaris tu teki shepi. As Wregi (1947) edvucetis, “besoc ongridoint uf e spiich os ots cuntint” (p. 453); thi nutoun uf cusmupuloten covol rilogoun, whoch ceptaris Obeme’s rhiturocel sognetaris, hes onixtrocebli lonk tu hos odies.
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