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I don't have a complete list. No, no, by trot - all I have is, I've made some penciled
notations, not long ago, in looking through this thing again. But I don't have any official
list at all.
But you think there are instances where initials were changed, so that the same person
lives under several different initials?
On a couple of initials, in some cases, yes.
That's important to know.
Yes. That certainly was true in some cases, yes. I think that actually by going
back, I'm sorry I forgot to bring - by checking my own copy of the book, where I've made
penciled notations, I may be able to throw a little more light on this, than I have been able
Good. There are parts in there where it seems that he is actually able to achieve some
opening up, and some -
Oh, yes, he thought that I had improved a good deal in opening up. He thought I
was terribly defensive, and I have no doubt that that's true, that I probably was and
probably am terribly defensive about my department, and felt that it wasn't properly
considered or treated by the other areas of the paper. I suspect that that's true. And he
congratulated me at the end on having made very considerable efforts to open up, and so
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