Topic page casing
Re: "Gish Gallop" vs. "Gish gallop", I've noticed that Wikipedia follows the convention of upper-casing the first word of a page link, but not subsequent words, unless the name refers to a proper name. See wikipedia:George_Washington (both uppercased) but wikipedia:Environmental_economics (latter word lower-cased). Which prompted my casing.
"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds..."
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