What did Hall say about Americans in terms of the Everest climb?
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Some of the other teams on the mountain that year, failing to understand that Everest was no longer merely a mountain but a commodity as well, were incensed And the greatest hue and cry came from Rob Hall, who was leading a small, impecunious New Zealand team. Hall carped that the Americans were "violating the spirit of the hills" and practicing a shameful form of alpine extortion, but Jim Frush, the unsentimental attorney who was the leader of the American group , remained unmoved.
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