Talk:State of affairs (sociology)

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nonsense[edit]

The way it's written, this article makes absolutely no sense. Jessicapierce 21:52, 14 March 2007 (UTC)

Talk/suggestions[edit]

Improvements have been made to this article since the above comment was passed. State of affairs links to quite a few articles, in Law, Philosophy, Politics... The article still needs expanding from a stub at this stage, and relevant sub-sections with links and references in them.

Suggestions?

--Newbyguesses 17:04, 25 May 2007 (UTC)