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"LET’S FACE IT.  TELEVISION
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CHANDLER, RAYMOND. "LET’S FACE IT. TELEVISION IS A THIRD-RATE MEDIUM." Typed Letter Signed ("Ray"), 2 pp, 4to, La Jolla, June 19, 1951, to Edgar Carter,...


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