From Tina Brown's last editorial page in The New Yorker: "Years from now, when literary archaeologists write of us, they will find the passionate memos, the cryptic emails, the midnight faxes furiously contesting a headline, a paragraph, an illustration, a caption, a point of view. Communiqués of a work always in progress, which circulated among an extraordinary group of men and women striving to make and remake America's finest magazine." [The New Yorker, 7/27/98]

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