And here is where we get to one of Wikipedia’s great amusements: long, turgid squabbles over the content of a post. (The protracted, impassioned rag chew over whether the entry should be titled “Black Dahlia” or “The Black Dahlia” remains a classic.)
This exchange involves DoctorJoeE, Geni and Finkellium, and watch them duke it out, folks. Am I the only one to notice the irony of a Wikipedia “citizen scholar” insisting that an old-school printed book can’t be challenged by what one finds online?
I particularly like the line about “The Fixers” being “meticulously researched,” considering all the holes I have shot in it.