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The way I see it, when one says "let us go, you and I", the second clause
qualifies the first.  I feel that many people are making the mistake of
thinking of the two clauses as being inherently interchangeable, when
they're not -- in other words, thinking that the correct usage is that
which we would get if we were to interpolate the second clause into the
first - "let me go", rather than "let I go".  But that's not correct --
rather, we should think of it as: "Let us go".  "Who is going?" "You and I
are going".

Just my ill-described tuppence.

--George