On Sun, 27 Dec 1998, Tom Wier wrote:

> I don't doubt it, but considering where a lot of theories like these
> have come from, what with Soviet ideology always having historically been
> a legitimate reason to discount theories in Russia, you can see how I
> responded how I did.
I'm reading _Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans_ by Gamkrelidze and
Ivanov at the moment. (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 80)
While it's a great resource to mine for IE con-cultures I am wondering how
close to the fringe some of their interpretations come.  Would anyone care
to pass judgement or summerize commentary on this title?

- andrew.

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