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Quandary Resolution 1078
munich, titivate, cordial, ne plus ultra
When the publisher of a nearly bankrupt newspaper accepted investment from a wealthy jeweler, agreeing to censor all articles about the horrors of the diamond trade (replacing them with fashion reviews that would kindle a reader's urge to titivate, accessorize, and spend on precious stones) reporters accused their boss of repeating Munich, the ne plus ultra of appeasement, and the ensuing debates about integrity, compromise, and survival were far from cordial.
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