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To the Editor:—
An editorial in the Sept 6 issue of The Journal (p 831) reads, "A 1965 publication, entitled 'Sexual Inversion,' under the editorship of Marmor, is an excellent and up-to-date reference...."But on p 856 a book review says, "this volume suffers from more than the average ills of multiple authorship. In addition to a loosely coordinated text, there is undue repetition and semantic haggling...," etc.I am confused. The editorialist and the reviewer are writing about the same book. Would it be a good idea to forget about it all, and just go fishing?
Allison SD. Which Page of The Journal Shall One Believe? JAMA. 1965;194(8):937. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03090210101045
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