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I removed the text stating that the top class of essays "are examples of thought leadership" because those words reduce the idea of thought leadership to a brainless public relations marketing slogan. If humanity uses salad forks fifty times more often than we use slotted spoons, that has nothing to do with thought leadership exhibited by salad forks, their makers, or people who like salad forks more than slotted spoons. The popularity of a tool and thought leadership are not synonymous no matter how often the idiots who market things to the rest of humanity try to convince us that they are. Flying Jazz (talk) 13:17, 17 February 2015 (UTC)