A Report on the Study of the Portuguese Navy Case
As author of this report and participant to the Summer School, I have to make a preliminary remark. In writing the present report, I tried to restate the atmosphere and outline the main trends in the work done on the Navy case rather than provide an exhaustive account. This can maybe result in a subjective presentation, but I have paid attention to using the «I» pronoun as soon as I was aware of expressing my own views on some point. Moreover, as written records of about half of the working groups activity were not available, I had to invoke my personal memories to fill in the gaps. I hope I did not forget too many important things nor I did (too much) distort the rest. Anyway, I am asking for indulgence both from the participants and the reader.
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