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A discussion about sex in the U.S.
Charlie Rose, Tuesday, July 29, 1997
John Heidenry; Daphne Merkin; Rufus Griscom; Lewis Lapham

A panel discussion about sexual politics in the U.S. Panelists include John Heidenry, author of (timspalding)
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John Heidenry is an author and editor who was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the former editor of St. Louis magazine and the founder of the St. Louis Literary Supplement. He is also the former editor of Penthouse Forum, the former interim editor of Maxim magazine, and the former executive editor of The Week. [...] According to The New York Times, Heidenry was accused by Philip Nobile, his former coworker at Penthouse Forum, of plagiarizing parts of What Wild Ecstasy. The accusation raised the question of whether ordinary, workaday prose, rather than "unique expression," can be plagiarized.  John Heidenry in Wikipedia
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