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“Toward the end of your so-called "Rebuttal" you lapse into a regrettable personal attack.”
“By billing his latest book as "A Rebuttal to Freakonomics and More," Lott has made it clear that the feud's not over.”
“I strongly disagree with the majority of the things I have seen of him, and he does take much of Cameron's Rebuttal out of context.”
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“The product of Scheideggers's angry determination, begun on a nano-grassroots level but now rapidly spinning into a real movement, is the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project, a collection of individual "take that" messages that will be reproduced in book form and, in the best case scenario, distributed widely across the country to reach those who need to get the message most.”
“Artistic Rebuttal has gained so much traction that Scheidegger found it necessary to take on a Deputy Director, jazz vocalist and nonprofit development professional, Meg Mitchell, who is also an alumna of Drexel's Arts Administration program.”
“Rebuttal" contributions will be accepted through May 15; guidelines for submissions, as well as a selection of collected rebuttals received to date, are at the Artistic Rebuttal blog site.”
“Scheidegger and Mitchell consider Artistic Rebuttal as a long-term project, part of a lifetime dedication to art, and both voice a determination to stick with promoting it beyond the initial printing of the book.”
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