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James Carroll

The peril of valuing celebrity over history

By James Carroll
July 30, 2007

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AS WE ENTERED the stately house in the tony suburb of New York, we commented on what an impressive place it was. Our host looked around with satisfaction. He had a lot of new money, and had only recently acquired the place. It had a slightly Moorish feel, more west coast than east. (Full article: 757 words)

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