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How an IBM Typewriter and Snail Mail Lead to the Release of Trump's Tax Returns

In a fine example of vintage journalism, New York Times reporter Susan Craig landed a scoop that every newshound in the world wanted—a copy of Donald Trump’s tax returns. For that, we have old fashioned mail and an IBM Selectric typewriter to thank. Read more...
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