Anomalies, Unitarity and Renormalization
In these remarks, I wish to indicate how the renormalizability of a gauge theory with γ5 couplings to fermions can impose additional dynamical constraints to those already well known in connection with the triangle anomaly. Here, I can only outline how I differ from previous workers; for more details, see Refs. 1,2.
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