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February 1970
New Yorker;2/14/1970, Vol. 45 Issue 52, p30
This article describes a New York, N.Y. resident's experience in telephoning an editor of a book publishing company. The person who answered the call said the editor had just stepped out to lunch. The operator three hours later revealed the editor no longer worked at that firm and gave the caller the number of a rival publishing house.


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