August 1971
New Yorker;8/21/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 27, p22
The article reports on a girl's return from her first suburban day camping session. The nine-year old girl complained that there was no interesting thing that happened in her first session at a suburban day camp except for the fact that her group had been divided into two separate groups, the Braves and the Worriers.


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