Barabara Anderson says:
Barry was out of town and it took three senior writers to put enough pressure on Barr, as next in command, to keep the factory press room from capitulating to Ted Jaracz's orders not to print the April 8th 1992 Awake!, which contained material Jaracz did not support, although he was out of line by making such a demand. The job assignment of each Governing Body member was clearly delineated and Writing Department editorial decisions were not Jaracz's business, just like the decisions of the Service Department, under Jaracz's command, were not the affair of Barry, Barr or Klein.
I am really interested to know what it was Jaracz objected to. Here is the table of contents:
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