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March 30, 1990
Theodore Bikel in "Cheap Way to Make Hay at Expense of Culture" (Op-Ed Page, March 15) seems to confuse freedom of expression with entitlement to subsidy. Many taxpayers do not object to the creation of art which they might find offensive, but resent the notion that they must have their sensibilities insulted at their expense.
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BUSINESS
March 30, 1990
Theodore Bikel in "Cheap Way to Make Hay at Expense of Culture" (Op-Ed Page, March 15) seems to confuse freedom of expression with entitlement to subsidy. Many taxpayers do not object to the creation of art which they might find offensive, but resent the notion that they must have their sensibilities insulted at their expense.
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October 8, 1996
Helen Edwards MacAfee, 89, who developed one of the first employment agencies for artists and writers. MacAfee began her long and varied career as an advertising secretary in San Francisco. She got the idea for the first of her many small businesses while working for KHJ radio in Los Angeles. When she called personnel agencies searching for creative people, nobody knew what she meant. So on April 1, 1936, she opened Helen Edwards and Staff Agency, a talent agency.
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