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Old 04-29-2012, 09:16 PM   #52
Ralph Sir Edward
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Originally Posted by Phogg View Post
Its not read that widely outside New York. Even in its hey day, major metro areas west of the Apalachians only saw a few copies at airports and the largest bookstores. Maybe the central library.

I live within driving distance of the Sherman/Dennison area in Texas. I don't think either of them gets it for their library system, and I know for a fact neither of the small airports serving the area carry it.
But most likely you can get The Economist magazine.
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