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The state of The New Yorker

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#1 dirac


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Posted 31 October 2002 - 10:38 AM

The New Yorker may be on the verge of turning a profit again. Its editor, David Remnick, says he's not interested in focus groups. Dan Yost reports for the San Francisco Chronicle:


It should perhaps be noted for the record that Yost mentions but elides the fact that the magazine was consistently in the black during the editorship of fusty old William Shawn.

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