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Pages "Capitalization" doesn't work as expected

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If I type a sentence with a capital letter beginning each word, then select the sentence and do Format>Capitalization>None, it has no effect. The other options under Capitalization do work. But even if I do Format>Capitalize and then re-select it and choose None, I am left with a sentence with each word capitalized.

Is this broken, or is it just my mental model that needs adjustment?
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