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5 I assume that recursive CPs do not exist. See Rizzi & Roberts (1991) and Browning (1996) for the opposite view. All the data that these authors explain by stacking CPs can be explained otherwise. See Benmamoun (1992) for a principled counteranalysis of Subject-Aux inversion that uses a question projection instead of a doubled CP. Also, the phenomena presented by Browning, mainly pertaining to presentential adverbs and focalized constituents, can be dealt with just as adequately by using a different projection other than CP in the complement position of COMP, an ADVP, or a Focus phrase.