- As you’ll note, these are mostly on the margins of the book’s focus, mostly on historical asides, but that’s no excuse. If it's not an excuse, don't try to make it one. Don't try to diminish the dishonesty by noting that the plagiarized content is "historical asides."
- I think what we’ll do is publish those notes after all, online as they should have been to begin with. The real question here is, if VQR or another site didn't find this information, would you be publishing the full notes?
- All those are my screwups after we decided not to run notes as planned, due to my inability to find a good citation format for web sources… WTF? Couldn't find a decent citation format?
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