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We propose a model of weak interactions in which the currents are constructed out of four basic quark fields and interact with a charged massive vector boson. We show, to all orders in perturbation theory, that the leading divergencies don't violate any strong-interaction symmetry and the next to the leading divergencies respect all observed weak-interaction selection rules. The model features a remarkable symmetry between leptons and quarks. The extension of our model to a complete Yang-Mills
theory is discussed.
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Introduction of lepton-quark symmetry, proposal of a fourth (charmed) quark.