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The undersigned hereby requests that the University place the above material on Reserve. This request is made with the Purpose of teaching, scholarship, or research in accord with the "Fair Use" provisions of the Copyright Law. I certify that I have read Section 107 of the Copyright Law and that this request, in my opinion, constitutes fair use of a copyrighted work, as permitted by Law.