Notes and Comment

June 1960
New Yorker;6/11/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 17, p23
The article focuses on the views of Dooley Redivivus, a saloonkeeper at a store near the Central Park in New York City, regarding the Parks Commissioner's plan to build a two-story restaurant at the park. It states that Dooley Redivivus would not allow the plan to happen because of the damages it brought to the park. It shows that Dooley is just so concerned with the essential things the park could give to the people.


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