* 1. Which best describes your interpretation of Geithner's behavior?

* 2. Which response do you believe is most MORALLY correct (i.e., not necessarily politically feasible, but philosophically defensible)?

* 3. Which course of action do you think is most PROCEDURALLY appropriate (i.e., not necessarily morally optimal, or politically probable, but wisest for the achievement of your long-term goals)?

* 4. Which course of action do you currently believe is most LIKELY (i.e., not necessarily morally defensible or procedurally effective, but likely to actually take place)?

* 5. Which do you think is the lesson that SHOULD be learned from Geithner's behavior and its practical consequences (i.e. not necessarily the lesson the public WILL learn)?

* 6. Which do you think is the lesson that WILL be learned by the public (i.e., not necessarily a philosophically or historically valid interpretation)?

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