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An archived version of a 2007 NCSU course blog
Of the books that Sokolow published, which were labeled as having plagiarized passages?
I have another question that may be hard to research, but I was wondering, how did Thomas Mallon know so many minute details about the Sokolow investigation? On pg. 157, he writes about all of times and locations of different phone calls and meetings. He even knew that someone’s wife had answer the phone.
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