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was any coverage of that meeting by a true representative of the New York press. In those days the newspaper didn't snoop around so. They didn't think they had to be everywhere. The local newspaper reported the progress of the strike. Anything that was in the New York City newspapers came originally from some reporter for the Rome newspaper. The local Rome newspaper was not printing the first sentence of that letter. It was a very obscene word used there. At the moment it has gone out of my mind. I suppose it's a Fraudian burial, but it was the kind of word I'm sure would have kept a publication out of the mail.

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