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"Holford loads his description of Aristopia with satirical remedies for what he saw as contemporary problems and circumstances. In Aristopian jurisprudence, for example, the Court for Assessing the Value of Abstract Words and Phrases polices the language to prevent abuses; it is the largest and busiest function in the Palace of Justice."

There is no citation for this, and nothing of this sort appears in the 1895 edition of the novel. Echinops (talk) 12:22, 2 October 2013 (UTC)Echinops

This criticism is correct. Deleting the paragraph. -- Evertype· 15:59, 6 October 2017 (UTC)