The answer, surprisingly to me, was sure. Above all else, I’m really impressed that ChatGPT is even conscious of such an obscure entity. This is a play which, as far as I can inform, was last staged in 1943, and which has only a smattering of fashionable protection in a few books, journal articles, and blogs. That ChatGPT was exposed to data concerning the play reveals the good volume of textual content it was educated on. That it “remembers” one thing about it shows it has an especially impressive capacity to retain information. I was also tickled that it cited A. M. Brandt’s 1985 book “No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States Since 1880”. That’s an actual e-book, and it does have a couple pages about Damaged Goods. It was truly this e book that exposed me to the play, and led me to wish to create an article about it!