Talk:American Academy of Arts and Sciences
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This article appears to have been created and largely edited by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. (See the editing history.) It makes no mention of recent controversies at the Academy, including the resignation of its chief executive, refusal to allow scholars to access its archives, and complaints about the election process for fellows. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 12:07, 16 August 2013 (UTC)
I disagree.The Academy is stellar in fields which are diverse and not just political science.
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- I removed the 'United States National Academies' category as it is a proprietary name (see United States National Academies,) and this article's organization is not one of those academies: that category ([[Category:United States National Academies]]) is for those academies. The phrase is a descriptive name and sounds like it could apply to any national academy, and often gets confused with the name specific to the organization known as the United States National Academies. I too confused its use on another article, and I see others have as well. -- Sctechlaw (talk) 09:11, 9 May 2010 (UTC)