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September 21, 2010

For Max Salazar, 1932-2010

Too often people who work in the less classy byways of journalism get overlooked (though a WBAI connection generally improves one's chances). So thanks to the indefatigable Ned Sublette for this NPR link. Near as I can tell, the Times isn't on this quite yet--manana, I hope and assume. From a professional and historical standpoint, the most important sentence in Felix Contreras's warm tribute is the one about how Salazar's work hasn't been archived yet. This is what academic grants are for! Get on it, my colleagues across the great divide.
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