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bought. So the ones that are left can almost set their own
Well, don't you think that your situation--maybe I'm
putting words in your mouth where I probably shouldn't--but
because you're a strong person that you haven't had too
much trouble with RCA. But look at NAL for instance and
the Times-Mirror, or whatever.
That was because NAL was being miserably managed.
Curt Enoch and Victor Weybright were first rate, but when
they came to a parting of the ways, for reasons that I know
not, they were replaced by people who didn't know what they
were doing, and, as a result, they ran into a heap of trouble.
But you have been lucky with Grosset and Dunlap. You
have been able to get the right people.
This is part of the situation. Do you think it is
because publishers ran Grosset and Dunlap?
And these other people don't know... they meet a bright
young boy and they think, “Ah!”
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