Conversation with Roy Curtain

Dewey B. Larson
755 N.E. Royal Court
Portland, Oregon 97232

Oct. 13, 1984

Dear Jan:

In reply to your note of Sept. 23, in which you said that you would like to publish my letter of Sept. 10 to Roy Curtin, I have no objection; however I believe the question of publication should be referred to Roy. He will no doubt want to make some kind of a report for publication in Reciprocity, which will incorporate my comments, or portions thereof, along with whatever other communications on the subject he receives, if any. I suggest that you direct an inquiry to him and find out what he has in mind. Much the same considerations apply to my letter of Oct. 12, a copy of which I am enclosing herewith. The two items that I have discussed should be published, I would say, but they should be introduced by some sort of a statement from Roy, in his capacity as director of the program. He may, or may not, want to use some of what I have said in my letter, but, aside from the examples that I have submitted, whatever is said should come from him, not from me.

D. B. Larson            

 cc: Roy Curtin

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