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Donovan become editorial director, sixty--
No, no. Excuse me. I think it was in 1959--
--that he was told by Luce that he was going to be, but the
actual designation--and he started operating that way according to
Prendergast--but the designation might not have been until 1962.
Yes, but he was editorial director. That was a new title.
Not editor-in-chief, but editorial director.
And I think that came at about the same time, because in
effect, the company was nominating three new heads. A lot of people
felt that was rather weird to have a company more or less being run
by three different people, i.e. division of authority and all that.
Harry was still there as editor-in-chief, but Roy had retired to the
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