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  1. Sad to see this. I saw him interviewed on TV a few times and have his book on class that you mention. He was a fascinating guy with an interesting subject. There was also a clip of him in Ken Burns ‘The Good War’. He was in the Battle of the Bulge and talked about how soldiers kept abandoning stuff the longer they marched, so that finally all he had was bullets in one pocket and dry socks in the other. It was a funny story and stuck with me.

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