She mentions this crucial distinction once, but misdates
its origin to the "High Middle Ages" when it can already be found in Gregory the Great (21).
For example, Moloney misstates the name of Marcus Garvey's organization, gets the colors of his African pride flag wrong, exaggerates the number of years that the US government investigated his activities, and misdates
by thirty years the deportation of another Caribbean radical.
2, though unfortunately he omits both Journes and Scheckner and misdates
There is an egregious lapse of judgment in her suggestion that the churches of northern and southern Ireland had significantly different, oppositional "characters" in the late sixth and seventh centuries (265), for which, not surprisingly, she provides no evidence, and she misdates
the manuscript Paris, B.
the trauma that overwhelmed Third Baptist Church and led to the dismissal of Pastor C.
Early in her discussion of sources, she mentions Grey's Debates, an account of the publication of which she delays until the end of the book, where she misdates
a proposal to publish the debates in the Gentleman's Magazine as 1645, rather than 1745 (245).
Al Stump, who misdates
the attack to June 3, 1912, has Ty confessing to having killed one of his three attackers.
Smulyan overuses the Astor Place riots from 1849 as a paradigmatic episode of marginal relevance to situations and the context a century later, and she misdates
the New York World's Fair to 19.
There are several problems with his argument Schickel misdates
the period of classic film noir as running from 1945 to 1955.
It is therefore revealing that Haimson misdates
the Krichevskii article by a year, thus making it a reaction to rather than an instigation of Lenin's own polemics.
Stern dates the coining of the word 'playwright' to 1617 and thinks that it later appeared in Ben Jonson's poems 'To playwright' and 'On playwright', which she misdates
by their inclusion in the Folio of 1640 (p.