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American Bystander. 1) Magazine founded by writer/actor Brian McConnachie (National Lampoon, Saturday Night Live) circa 1981 with a group of post-college editors and contributors, including Doug Kirby, Ken Smith, Mike Wilkins, Dorothy Wilson, Margot Sheehan, Jack Barth, and Bruce Handy. There was one pilot issue. 2) A print and online investment newsletter founded around 1998 by William Cobbett. Currently it is maintained as a WordPress blog with the tagline "An Economic Newsletter for All the People."
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