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"We kinda hoped this one would slip on by," admits New York Times Magazine editor Adam Moss. Although the current Invention & Technology, a quarterly spin-off of American Heritage, has been on newsstands since late May, nobody raised a red flag at the Times, says Moss, till the June 27 magazine was off the presses. The space-race subject may invite Cold War comparisons, but I&T editor Frederick Allen says he's only "greatly flattered" and "delighted" by the whole thing, as does art director Wylie Nash, who cooked up the high-flying concept (the first time, that is). Moss, needless to say, is a little less delighted: "With no offense to the editors of Invention & Technology, clichéd minds think alike."


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