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Your contributed article, A Fragment on Government
Hello, I noticed that you recently created a new page, A Fragment on Government. First, thank you for your contribution; Wikipedia relies solely on the efforts of volunteers such as you. Unfortunately, the page you created covers a topic on which we already have a page – Jeremy_Bentham#Publications. Because of the duplication, your article has been tagged for speedy deletion. Please note that this is not a comment on you personally and we hope you will continue helping to improve Wikipedia. If the topic of the article you created is one that interests you, then perhaps you would like to help out at Jeremy_Bentham#Publications – you might like to discuss new information at the article's talk page.
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- As reviewing administrator, I redirected the article to Jeremy_Bentham#Publications because it says very little that isn't in that section. If you want to work on the article further, and I would advise you to do it because it has the potential for a full article, add to the existing section information about the critical reception of the work at the time , and subsequently--both Bentham's view of this own early work, and the views or later writers, especially recent ones. I think there's a n enormous literature on Bentham. Then boldly move it back, with a link. If you have any difficulty about it, let me know on my user talk page nd I will help you. DGG ( talk ) 15:48, 17 June 2016 (UTC)