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It would be helpful to get all the urls in the notes marked up as links. The ones that aren’t (e.g. History Manifesto in n.42) are difficult to use: if I highlight one in order to copy and paste it, the page immediately scrolls up to the top of the notes, so I can’t see the context any more. (I’m using Firefox in Linux).
At the moment, “click here” leads to a 404 error.
The link has been fixed. Thanks, Amanda!