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"Many see this as..." or "Many see that this is..."?

This broke my reading flow, and I'm intrigued which was intended:
"Many see this as..." - a softer assertion, does not claim to be globally correct.
"Many see that this is..." - stronger, reflects what I think the author actually believes (but I'm not sure they intend to speak for everybody)...

'tis a nit, but thanks for taking the time to look at this! :)
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@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ There's another variation, the so called "Diamond Problem", which refers to the
These complications go even much deeper than this quick glance. We address them here only so we can contrast to how JavaScript's mechanisms work.
JavaScript is simpler: it does not provide a native mechanism for "multiple inheritance". Many see this is a good thing, because the complexity savings more than make up for the "reduced" functionality. But this doesn't stop developers from trying to fake it in various ways, as we'll see next.
JavaScript is simpler: it does not provide a native mechanism for "multiple inheritance". Many see this as a good thing, because the complexity savings more than make up for the "reduced" functionality. But this doesn't stop developers from trying to fake it in various ways, as we'll see next.
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