unnecessary inclusion

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Moreover, his level of technical skill and confidence is striking (if anything, one regretted its dilution by the unnecessary inclusion of insignificant local followers, contemporaries and collaborators).
An otherwise finely crafted narrative is marred, however, by the unnecessary inclusion of current statistics about black ve rsus white children living in poverty in the United States, and by the implication that Gershwin's appropriation of black music was an attempt "to steal the soul of the oppressed" (p.