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  • adjective comparative form of abject: more abject


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  • I mean this seriously: we have got to move beyond the candyland listing of all the wonderful things we want to do there: yes, let's use special forces if they're capable (some are not, and this is important to remember: SOF are not a cure-all); yes let us "curb corruption" and "enable legitimate local leaders to govern;" yes, let us address the narcotics problem, but without a needless and counterproductive eradication campaign that will collapse the rural economy and throw thousands into even abjecter poverty; and so on and so on.


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