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Geofafical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East has usually had a larger proportion of [[fans]] than other areas, tho since [[1939]] leadership has shifted to the [[Mid-East]]. Most [[fans]] are in the [[United States]]; there are a few in [[Canada]] and [[Australia]], and many in [[Great Britain]]; only two or three outside the Anglo-Saxon world. Ordinarily, more [[fans]] per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other [[fans]] are easier; certainly [[fan]] activity is on the whole more advanced in the metropolitan areas. All have their ups and down, however.  
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Geofafical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East has usually had a larger proportion of [[fans]] than other areas, tho since 1939 leadership has shifted to the [[Mid-East]]. Most [[fans]] are in the [[United States]]; there are a few in [[Canada]] and [[Australia]], and many in [[Great Britain]]; only two or three outside the Anglo-Saxon world. Ordinarily, more [[fans]] per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other [[fans]] are easier; certainly [[fan]] activity is on the whole more advanced in the metropolitan areas. All have their ups and down, however.  
 
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Revision as of 03:01, 25 December 2019

Yes, he really did spell it that way.

From Fancyclopedia 1 ca 1944
Geofafical considerations have influenced plans for regional organizations and caused considerable controversy on the location of conventions. The East has usually had a larger proportion of fans than other areas, tho since 1939 leadership has shifted to the Mid-East. Most fans are in the United States; there are a few in Canada and Australia, and many in Great Britain; only two or three outside the Anglo-Saxon world. Ordinarily, more fans per capita will appear in large cities, where contacts with other fans are easier; certainly fan activity is on the whole more advanced in the metropolitan areas. All have their ups and down, however.

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