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From article: "Not all works with the word biography in the title are in fact biographies, and not all biographies are titled "biography"." Not trying to pick a fight here, but should this not be obvious to anyone who is reading at our intended reading age (university level)? Does it need to be explicitly stated? Does the article on war need to have the same thing so that people who see a book entitled The Republican War on Science can be assured that it is not the same usage of the word 'war' as in World War II? Can we not presume that Citizendium readers are going to be able to get creative titles, puns and so on? --Tom Morris 12:45, 2 July 2008 (CDT)

yes, Tom makes a good point. Richard Jensen 13:19, 2 July 2008 (CDT)