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The New York Times
"'Do you have Women?' Marilyn Imhoff asked the newsstand clerk. 'No,' replied the clerk, who said he had lots of Womans, but no Women. 'I have Woman, New Woman, Complete Woman, Working Woman, New York Woman—all those Womans.'
" 'I, I guess I don't know what I want,' said Ms. Imhoff, who seemed suddenly dazed and confused, and turned on her heel and left—another victim of periodical proliferation shock syndrome.
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