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“An Interview with Norman Mailer.” By Eve Auchincloss and Nancy Lynch. Mademoiselle, February, 76, 160-63. Discussion of existentialism and “The White Negro” (57.1), with short comments on Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, Jean-Paul Sartre, and William Burroughs. Mailer says: “If you believe that people in their natural state are more beautiful than in their conditioned state, you are optimistic, and you do believe in moral and sexual revolutions.” Rpt: 88.6. See 55.1.