May I posit that the research at Cambridge was obviously incomplete, in particular regarding this statement:
I find personally that, this is the most extreme form observed:
Very imformative, OP, but I think you're missing the real issue here.
Too simple. I feel like it needs a white, middle-aged, balding guy explaining it to an elderly woman. That way I'm not confused.
The "Debt" isn't big enough. At first I thought it was an elephant shrew, signifying the Republican party or something.
One of Shakespeare's lesser-known characters, MerSHREWtio:
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