Sunday, October 27, 2013

A New Direction is Needed

We have already seen that the initial attempt to manage US implementation of the 1970 UNESCO Convention has been a disgraceful and lamentable failure, since the State Department bureaucracy involved has consistently pursued a secret anticollecting agenda, as covert allies and proxies of the archaeology lobby.

The lesson to be drawn from this is that academic credentials as an archaeologist, or as being an individual who has worked with archaeologists to prohibit or limit importation of antiquities into the USA, constitutes prima faciae evidence of disqualifying anticollecting bias.


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