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Algeria-Protter Kay Discourse

Algeria-Protter Kay Discourse

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'TODAY
IN
F 
NeE 
A
MONTHLY
PUBLICATION
505
FIFTH
AVENUE
NEW
YORK
17, N.
Y.
Jan
15
0
62
Dear
Philip
Kay.
Here
I
am
back
in
tovm
since
late
Sunday
night.
I
consider
the
trip
to
Europe
to
have
been
very
usefUl.
if
all
the
promises
of
assistance
in
getting
articles
on
various
subjects
from
personalities
are
kepto
Also.
my
talks
with
JS
and
other
members
of
his
,
group
in
various
parts
of
Europe
were
interesting
and
i'rui
tful.
JS
is
very
interested
in
the
Society
of
~"'ra.nco-American
Affairs,
and
thinks
I
shou,ld
push
Ibt
rapidly.
However.
I
explained
to
him
that;
I
lack
secretarial
assistance
(since
my
principal
assistant
left
i'.,.,Marseille
to
be
married),
and
that
I
am
shorter
and
shorter
bn
:f\mds,
having
ended
1962
with
about
$6
in
the
cash
drawer.
Which
expitined
to
him
why
I
have
to
go slower
with
my
projeotsthan
I
would
.i'
I
had
physical
and
finAncial assisiamce
comraenusrate
withthe
task
to
be done.
As
it
is
already
late in
the
month, and
not
wanting
to
be
obliged
to
bring
out
two
issues
one
on
top
of
theother,
I
propose
to
have
a Jan-l!'eb
issue;
then
later
on
in
the
year,
to
bring
out
a
special
number,
perhaps
asymposium
of
writers,
to
make
up
for
the
one
that
was
skipped,
in
order
that
the
year
1963
shou'\l rO'9nd
out
with
12
issueso
vJ
llew
York
is
still
wi
thout
n~pe.pers
which
is
decidedly
inconvenient.
Would you
send
me
some
Washington
dailies:
the
Postor/and
News,
about
3
or
4
times
a
week,
during
the
striXe
here?
It
would
be
mostwelcome.
Your
idea
of
using
the
material
from
T
in
Fr
for
a
letter
to
the
News
was
a
very
good
one.
I
am
sending
it
to
JS.
to
shoVl
him
how
we
are
disseminating
ini'ormation
in
the
USA"
to
make
up
for
the
deficiency
of
the
American
press.
Keep
it
up
and
let
me
have
a
copy
each
time
you
repeatthe
perfo~oeo
Best
wishes.
~t'l
"
~~/
EDITOR:
BENJAMIN
PROTTER
Tel
MUrray •
·8959
Cable
PRonEREX
 
TODAY
IN
FRANCE 
A
MONTHLY
PUBLICATION
505 fiFTH AVENUE
NEW
YORK
17, N.
Y.
Jan
15.62
Dear
Philip
Kay,
Here
I
am
back
in
tovrn
since
1a.
te
Sunday
night.
I
consider
the
trip
to
Europe
to
have
been
very
usefUl,
if
all
the
promises
of
assistance
in
getting
articles
on
various
subjects
fram
personalities
are
kept.
Also,
my
talks
with
JS
and
other
members
of
his
group
in
various
parts
of
Europewere
interesting
and
frui
tf'ul.
JS
is
very
interested
in
the
Society
of
tranco-American
Affairs,
and
thinks
I
should
push
.t
rapidly.
However,
I
explained
to
him
thst;
I
lack
secretarial
assistance
(since
my
principal
assistant
left
~
Jla.rseille
to
be
married),
and
that
I
am
shorter
and
shorter
i)n
funds, having
ended
1962
with
about
$6
in
the
cash
drawer.
Which
expWned
to
him
why
I
have
to
go
slower
with
my
projects
than
I
would
'f
I
had
physical
andf'inl'lllcial
assistance
comnenusrate
with
the
task to
be
done.
As
it
is
already
late
in
the
month, and
not
wanting
to
be
obliged
to
bring
out
two
issues
one
on
top
of
the
other,
I
propose
to
have
a
Jan-F'eb
iSBue,
then
later
on
in
the
year,
to
bring
out
a
special
number,
perhaps
asymposium
of
writers,
to
make
up
for
the
one
that
was
skipped,
in
order
that
theyear
1963
Bhou~
roynd
outwith
12
issues.
vJ
llew
York
is
ati
11
wi
thout
n~papers
which
is
decidedlyinconvenient.
Would you
send
me
some
Washington
dailies:
thePost or/and
News,
about
3
or
4
times
a
week,
during
the
stri~e
here?
It
would
be
most welcome.
Your
idea
of
using
the
material
from
T
in
Fr
for
a
letter
to
the
News
was
a
very
good
one.
I
am
sending
it
to
JS.
to
show
him
how
we
are
disseminating
information
in
the
USA,
to
make
up
for
the
deficiency
of
the
Amerloen
press.
Keep
it
up
and
let
me
have
a
copy
each
time
you
repeat
the
performance.
n
Best
wishes,
~.//
EDITOR:
BENJAMIN
PROTTER
T.I
MUrray
~959
Cobl.
PROTTEREX
 
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Ka:y
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