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Editor’s Introduction: We recall that Alfred Tarski arrived in the USA from Poland in September 1939. The present series of letters starts not quite three years after his arrival; this span of time allowed him to adapt himself tentatively to his situation, and to shift much of his attention from the problems of the Old World to those of his immediate surroundings
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