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Monday, July 04, 2011


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Dan -

Thanks for this. In many ways it sums up what I tried to explain to you on the phone several years ago when I launched Society Matters: Our national (civilizational?) adventure really is "an idea in search of completion." But if National Geographic becomes, de facto, International Geographic (see: http://bit.ly/lb3VWI ), well... that idea will quickly vanish from a publication, and a Society, where our national story long served as our editorial lodestar.

Enjoy the holiday. And thanks again.

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