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Testing the editor
  1. I B Pless, Editor

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    There are many hallmarks of a “good” editor—infinite tolerance, good spelling, and knowing when to use “that” v “which” being among the most important. One characteristic that is rarely mentioned, however, is achieving a good balance between having strong personal views (in other words, being biased) while permitting—or even encouraging—contributions representing opposing views. I passed this test previously when we published the powerful dissent by …

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