Talk:Citizenship in the World

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    One sided views... Hey Milo, why are the contrary links removed? They've been labeled as such. By only presenting one side, isn't that in itself making a statement? :-( EagleForumFan

    I just tried to visit it's down. Was there another? If so, please let us know which one(s) concern you. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 15:07, July 18, 2009 (EDT)
    EFF - The requirement resources follow along with the pamphlet. We are not trying to present any particular political view. The requriement is "Select TWO of the following organizations and describe their role in the world." Check out the Pamphlet, they are not asking the Scout to discuss the political ramifications so we are not trying to add that to the requirement. — Milominderbinder2 (Sysop) 17:04, August 11, 2009 (EDT)
    kk. Wikipedia is just so blatantly biased. When I have time, I will find better resources. EagleForumFan (and yes, Smith, there were others; but, np)
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