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When Penny showed me the Farleyfile, showed me the very bulk of it — and it
was bulky, even at ten thousand words or more to the spool — and then told me
that this represented personal information about Mr. Bonforte's acquaintances, ...
This Farleyfile includes boys of that age, because boys grow up and become
men. The point is that top-level men like President Warfield meet many more
people than they can remember. Each one of that faceless throng remembers his
I tried to remember exactly what Bonforte had said about Braun in the Farleyfile.
Brilliant . . . hardworking . . . analytical mind. Had he said anything against him?
No — well, perhaps — "a shade too affable." That does not condemn a man.
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