No waiting. If any barber could ever hang that sign in good conscience it must be Milton Pitts at the White House of the United States. As the result of a squabble among hair cutters too tangled for a quick wash and dry, Mr. Pitts was left as the sole barber on the premises - with the President and Vice-President as his sole customers.

Either these two are going to get an awful lot taken off the top - not too much off the sides, Milton - or Mr. Pitts is going to read an awful lot of magazines. This must be what they mean by supply-side barbernomics.

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