Wednesday, September 17, 2003
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My, oh my. Adam Gopnik can just flat out write. From the current New Yorker:

Historians of retail will tell you that it was Wanamaker, more than anyone else, who transformed the department store from a place where women bought stuff to a place where they simply and necessarily went.

Nice.