2002: Year of the ScandalArchives
New York Times
of Higher Education
RESPONSES OF THE PUBLISHERS
Simon & Schuster
|"Stephen Ambrose's 'The Wild Blue' is an original and important work of World War II history. All research garnered from previously published material is appropriately footnoted."|
Simon & Schuster
"She said that at her request Simon and Schuster is going to destroy the copies of the book [''The Fitzgeralds and the Kennedys'] on hand and publish a new corrected edition in the spring. This will cost the publisher about $10,000."
|"Knopf said in a statement Friday it regretted 'the circumstances that prompted Columbia University to rescind the Bancroft,' but respected the committee's decision. The paperback edition from Vintage Books, which already includes corrections, will remain in print."|
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