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The Rug Missionary

March 6th, 2000 | Posted in The New Yorker, Articles | 1 Comment
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Download the PDF A dealer sets out to give his business a better name.
by Michael Specter

When I first visited the city of Antalya, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, four years ago, the streets near the Old Town's twelfth-century minaret were filled with carpet salesmen. They advertised themselves by shouting in German, English, Russian, and Turkish–any language that they thought might work. Read more »