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“Author Norman Mailer is Colorful in Court,” Article by Van G. Sauter. Standard-Times (New Bedford, MA), 24 June. Account of Mailer’s 23 June trial for disorderly conduct in Provincetown, at which he was acquitted. He testified that the two police officers who arrested him “have seen too much television. They thought I was a dangerous beatnik.” See 60.660.8.