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Right to reply - writer replies

Bryant, Duncan and Bingham, Robert and de Angelis, Umberto (1995) Right to reply - writer replies. Physics Today, 48. p. 106.

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Abstract

Jack Sandweiss, the editor of Physical Review Letters, concludes his defense of PRL's selection policy (Apri l 1994, page 15) by stating that the journal is seeking to make the system work even better.