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This paragraph, from a sentence to me - this may be worth adding as a supplement
to that More article. That More article was written by Rubin, wasn't it, of NYU?
Yes. His full name is David M. Rubin, an assistant professor of journalism at New York
And the More that we're talking about is that of November, 1974.
Rosenthal wrote Chris Argyris a letter, of which he sent a copy to me, very strongly
complaining about what he felt were Chris', were Argyris' indiscretions, in identifying in his
interview, in talking with Rubin and helping to identify the Times.
Rosenthal's letter states, “Your relationship with us has now resulted in two magazine
pieces, a syndicated series of articles, and I have no doubt that other magazine articles will
be appearing shortly. If you did not know this would happen, you would be guilty of a
naiveté which I do not ascribe to you by any means. Therefore, your letter about whether
or not you spoke to Mr. Rubin strikes me as a piece of unbecoming piety.” That was
Rosenthal to Chris Argyris.
Can you identify the syndicated pieces, and this other fallout from the article?
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