The third manifesto

@article{Darwen1995TheTM,
  title={The third manifesto},
  author={Hugh Darwen and C. J. Date},
  journal={SIGMOD Rec.},
  year={1995},
  volume={24},
  pages={39-49}
}
We present a manifesto for the future direction of data and database management systems. The manifesto consists of a series of prescriptions, proscriptions, and "very strong suggestions." 

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