The Corner

The New Yorker Needs a Dictionary

The folks at Powerline have posted an amusing e-mail exchange between the Melissa Cohlmia, Director of Corporate Communication at Koch Companies Public Sector, and Pam McCarthy, deputy editor at The New Yorker.  I don’t know whether the error about which Ms. Cohlmia complains merits a correction, but it is quite amusing to see Ms. McCarthy’s effort to deny the plain meaning of the word “preemptive.”

Jonathan H. Adler — Jonathan H. Adler is the Johan Verhiej Memorial Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

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