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Steve Peacock

This article quickly sparked some angst amongst the populace; 2,300 Facebook "likes," 383 tweets, and additional social media distribution from readers via LinkedIn, Google + and elsewhere -- all in the first 24 hours following publication. Some readers even have CCd their comments to me after submitting them to USAID in opposition to the project. Thanks for your support!

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