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• In last week’s Blind date (Saturday magazine, p80) featuring Penny and Matt, an editing error meant we gave Matt’s age as 60; he is 52. We apologise to him for this mistake.

• We confused two US congressional bodies that investigated alleged communist activities when we referred to Senator McCarthy “and his House Committee on Un-American Activities”. Joseph McCarthy was chair of a Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations in the early 1950s. As a senator he was not involved with the House Un-American Activities Committee, which was a committee of the House of Representatives from 1939 (A different kind of 50s, 9 April, Saturday magazine, p63).

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