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Ben K. --Thank you for joining the discussion and pointing out that the intrinsic value of art is often lost on those who only look at the bottom line and advocate to cut art budgets. Hopefully studies like this will increase funding for the arts and create a win-win across the board. Thanks again for your comment. Christopher Bergland
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