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Hi, Andrew—Yes, the reader naturally supposes the relative clause is modifying "lobbyist" rather than "interview," six words back. Then one realizes that you can't mean that you edited a person for flow and revises one's parsing of the sentence to fit the intended meaning. To help your readers, you could say:

  • See my interview below with an anonymous progressive lobbyist. I have edited the interview for flow and organized it by topic.

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