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February 7, 2003

It worked for Stephen Ambrose.

Daniel Radosh

It worked for Stephen Ambrose. "I would call my colleagues' attention to the fine paper the United Kingdom distributed yesterday, which describes in exquisite detail Iraqi deception activities," said Powell... The bulk of the nineteen page document was copied from three different articles -- one written by a graduate student....The chief contribution of the British intelligence analysts appears to have been the addition of such terms as "terrorist."

Joe Conason wants to know why the US media has finally found a plagiarism scandal it's not interested in covering.

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