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I'm seeking a copy of:

"A Student of Technology; Emmanuel George Mesthene", The New York Times, January 18, 1969

nytimes.com/1969/01/18/archive

Reply here or email to dredmorbius <at> protonmail <dot> com

#pdfme

What I'm *actually* looking for here is the actual report from Harvard's "Technology and Society" project, headed by George Mesthene. No sign of that anywhere (possible leads in Worldcat).

Published 1969, best I can tell, though another source says 1968, apparently a typo.

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