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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - John Larson
"You have everything from his typescript copy of his Nobel acceptance speech to speeches he wrote for Adlai Stevenson to photographs of Lyndon B. Johnson that are inscribed to Elaine, his wife."
"What makes the material attractive," said John Larson, Bloomsbury's book specialist, "is it's a very nice snapshot, small and large, of Steinbeck, particularly postwar."