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Allen St. John replies: If the proposed Van Horn-Malone deal is half-baked, I wasn't the baker—the widely circulated rumor was previously reported by the Daily News, the Newark Star-Ledger, and the Salt Lake City Tribune. And my larger point remains—the Nets have to get better if they're to avoid getting worse, and the only way to do it is by pawning off overpaid stiffs like Van Horn on the Jazz or some other suckers. But Duncan signing with Utah, a Kidd-free team toiling in a Shaq-dominated conference and a lily-white city? That's Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test stuff.


NAT ON (AND OFF) THE NET

On one hand, Nat Hentoff ["The Sons and Daughters of Liberty," July 2] celebrates "how much more and swifter organizing can be done on the Web now," but two sentences later, after asking readers to contact him, he stipulates that we should "not use e-mail." Which is it, pro-Web or anti-Web?

Jeff Norman
Los Angeles, California

Nat Hentoff replies: This is a free country. I don't use e-mail because if James Madison had e-mail, we probably would not have a Constitution. I do use the computer.


OUTRÉ SPACE

Re James Hunter's "Lifestyles of the Rhythm" [July 2]: Hey, brainiac, Autechre are from England, not Belgium.

What was that article about again?

Don Rainwater
Brooklyn

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