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10/04/2018

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George  Vecsey

Bill, great enlarged Mount Rushmore of respondents, too.
omigosh, I forgot Murray Kempton. He was my model for writing columns, although he wrote about Mayor Lindsey and Ho Chi Minh and I wrote about Ali and BJ King. Nobody ever wrote about trials and public hearings than Kempton, a waspy-looking guy, rode a bike downtown to courts, and I got to know him in 80s and 90s, was proud that he knew who I was. GV

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