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Philadelphia Weekly
August 1, 2001
Grapevine | Brian Hickey | Einhorn Watch

Hell, we even got him word of a job offer (National News Bureau) from old friend and bon vivant Harry Jay Katz. Do the words "finders fee" mean anything?

The Philadelphia Daily News
Friday, July 27, 2001
Einhorn Update

Hey, Ira, readers have mail for you
"Your old job is still available through National News Bureau... ."

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Sunday, July 22, 2001
From fringe to center:
The fall of Ira Einhorn
By: Jennifer Lin / Inquirer Staff Writer

Ira Einhorn & Abbie Hoffman

"I don't know if it was because of all the hallucinogenic drugs that he took, but I rarely understood what he was talking about," said Harry Jay Katz, a former friend...who hired Einhorn as a book editor...
In West Philadelphia, everybody, it seemed, knew that Einhorn held forth at the bar at La Terrasse on Sansom Street, near the University of Pennsylvania campus.
"It was the Algonquin Table of that period," Katz said.
"He was the umbilical cord from the corporate entity to the Earth mother," Katz said.

Philadelphia Daily News
Friday, July 20, 2001
The Ira Quotient: An IQ test for fugitives who've been out of touch for 20 years.
By: Don Russell

Which one of your former radical pals is still alive?
A. Abbie Hoffman.
B. Jerry Rubin.
C. Harry Jay Katz.

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