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Some were trusting; some were not. Either way, they lived to regret it, because what was going on was “obstruction of justice.”
The kindly old GP is fast being replaced by the keen young specialist, but the specialist may be in for some surprises too, as computerized medicine and paramedical personnel become realities. Ironically, one result could be the return of the kindly old GP.
Lunch sometime? Just you, me, and the IRS . . .
LOOK AT THE HARLEQUINS! by Vladimir Nabokov McGraw-Hill, $7.95