Indicative versus subjunctive in future conditionals

Analysis 64 (4):289-293 (2004)
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I give cases where the contrast between "if Shakespeare had not written Hamlet someone else would have" and "if Shakespeare did not write Hamlet and someone else did"is found in future tense sentences. This is often denied.
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The Future, and What Might Have Been.Forbes, Graeme A. & Briggs, R. A.

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