On the Record: Oct. 7, 1985

Garry Trudeau, cartoonist, on his media shyness: "America is one of the few places where the failure to promote oneself is widely regarded as arrogance."

John Fowles, British novelist: "Cities are neurotic. If people were economically free to move, I somehow think there would be an enormous exodus from places like Chicago or New York or London."

Richard Lamm, Governor of Colorado: "There are two types of AIDS patients. Either you're dying or you're dead. Given the limited number of health- care dollars we have, money might be better spent on finding a cure, rather than on (keeping patients alive with)...

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