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Re: Seabrook Article in New Yorker
Posted by: Bob Kamman Date: March 25, 2001 at 10:13:13
In Reply to: Re: Seabrook Article in New Yorker by Robin Wood of 505

I have mailed a copy of the article to Robin, because I agree that it will be of great interest to researchers on that side of the Atlantic, and otherwise difficult to find. U.S. researchers should be able to obtain a copy on a newsstand or at a library, and I don't want to discourage this kind of journalism by violating copyrights with mass duplication. (But I suspect the author is lurking here and wishing he could get a copy to every Seabrook in the world.)


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