Notes & Asides

Petersen, Svend; Gannon, Edward; Harrigan, Anthony; Sylander, Gordon; W. F. B.
September 1979
National Review;9/14/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p1140
Several letters to the editor related to various different topics including a query about the status of the backlog of manuscripts submitted to journal, another providing information on a list of history's greatest practical jokes and a letter praising the puzzle section in the July 20, 1979 issue are presented.


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