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I feel strongly that banning tin-lead solder in avionics or any safety-related electronics is decidedly wrongheaded.
He is also wrongheaded in his evaluation of the "present state of Galileo studies" when he asserts that works by giants such as Duhem, Maier (whose name is misspelled), and Dijksterhuis "had no substantial impact on the specialized scholarly literature" (4).
The impact of this wrongheaded approach is manifest as the head on, pitched battles between undifferentiated competitors for market share.
The real culprit--whether motivated by Progressives' wrongheaded critique of individualism or by a misguided egalitarianism that refused to pass moral judgment on the poor--was the "conscious de-emphasis of the capacity of the poor themselves to improve their situation in meaningful ways.
But he's practically obsessed with hypocritical, wrongheaded Third-World revolutionaries.
But Lippmann also faded into irrelevance toward the end, and his reputation has survived better, even though he was more wrongheaded on more issues than Reston, who was a superior judge of character.
Common Sense, a "nuts-and-bolts guy" telling it "straight" with no spin, but strip off the thin veneer of gruff frankness that gives the semblance of logic and you have wrongheaded idiocy.
It is time to drop the outdated, divisive, and purely wrongheaded rhetoric about public forests.
An effective counter-attack to Eichel's wrongheaded campaign to humble the Bundesbank is badly needed.
The present-day reliance, in virtually all security products or systems, on protection is, in the author's opinion, not only wrongheaded, but also the primary reason why we see so many attacks.
Clearly, artistic director Brian McMaster is unafraid of taking artistic gambles, even if some of his choices struck others as woefully wrongheaded.
DOE Assistant Secretary Tara O'Toole argued that "it is wrongheaded to say the users were not at fault.