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I sort of agree with you. A rule maker can continue
to break rules. In fact by virtue of being in a rule
maker position, it might even be easier for it to break
established rules in other industries. So I guess
instead of rigidly classifying a company into either
of these two categories maybe one should consider
a company as some combination of the two... if its
both then i guess its in a real good position.

I don't know what exactly the book has to say about this though...
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