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 Why are you able to edit an article in Wikipedia?

Answer There are two competing philosophies.Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations extolled the virtues of the free market.The other view is bureaucratic and experts some annointed regulator to know what is ... Read More »
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How to create/edit an article in wikipedia.com?

Mr. Bauder always gives excellent, if concise, Wikipedia answers. I suggest you take his advice and give him BA. I just want to point out one thing...http://wikipedia.com does redirect there, but t... Read More »
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Can we edit any content about particular article on wikipedia?

YES MOST OF THE ARTICLES ON WIKIPEDIA CAN BE EDITED BY ANY USERBUT WHENEVER ANY ARTICLE IS EDITED THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT YOUR EDITS WILL BE CHECKED BY VOLUNTEERS ON WIKIPEDIA TO MAKE SURE YOUR... Read More »
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What happens when you falsely edit a article on wikipedia?

If you create a false article, it will likely be removed the same day by Wikipedia's large network of volunteer staff. No consequences will fall upon the creator the first time, but repeat offences... Read More »
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Aren't you supposed to be able to edit things on Wikipedia?

If you have an account but haven't actually used it to edit anything, there's still some hope for you. Wikipedia is a huge time-sink, a psychological rathole and viper's den, and a very poorly desi... Read More »
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