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Answering your precise question: mixing the four scenarios is not particular to Hardy's argument, it is done in all nonlocality proofs. The fundamental assumption is that the distribution of the hidden variables doesn't depend on the measurement setting, i.e., whether BS2$^+$ or BS2$^-$ are there, so that we can actually use the different measurements to ...


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