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16th June 2006 at 01:00
From the stunningly obvious school of academic research comes a finding rich in its implications. The recent study on the impact of adult literacy and numeracy on the "social capital" of learners discovered that they got out and about more often.

"The only decrease was in voting," the study continued, "but this was likely to be because elections had not occurred during the interview period."

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