Notes & Asides

Maggs, Benn; B.F.W.; Dakin, Henry S.
December 1979
National Review;12/21/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 51, p1603
The article presents letters to and from the editor of the "National Review." One person wrote the editor to admit that he does not know the meaning of the word "tsimonoce." The editor has written a memo to the readers of the "National Review Bulletin" that they have received the last issue of the newspaper. Another reader comments on the article on the U. S. Labor Party in the March 29, 1979 issue.


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