Notes and Comment

April 1967
New Yorker;4/15/1967, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p39
The article observes a resurgence of empathy among men during springtime in New York City. It suggests that people are more likely to recognize others' individuality at this season. Such instances include some passengers' appreciation of an idea by the bus driver to drop by a laundry along his journey and a crowd cheering firemen who stopped a fire at the Guggenheim Museum.


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