March 30, 1988
Vol. 07, Issue 27
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PAGE 22 - Commentary
Despite our enchantment with words provocatively strung together, from grafitti to advertising copy, Americans are ambivalent about poetry.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
When you walk into a mechanic's garage, do you want to talk about Plato or Charles Dickens?
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