My Meehl correspondence file for the following 7 months is more than a half-inch thick and contains 11 items, but the coverage is so scattered that it exceeds my talent as a synthesizer. In the stack I find exchanges about actuarial prediction in selecting graduate students, behavioral episodes as evidence in trait attribution, and several other matters, plus several one-page clips on journalistic idiocies that Paul sent to his “gene gang,” but much of the weight in the pile is contributed by two long “memoranda” that Meehl addressed to other correspondents. To Will Grove he wrote a 24-page typed statement on “interest in evolution.” To David Faust he wrote a 12-page typed statement on “rationality on social issues.” In both cases, I was included in the “minuscule reference group” that received copies, but saw no call for response beyond thanks and occasional brief comments.