Corrections from the last week.

Corrections from the last week.

Corrections from the last week.

Slate's mistakes.
Aug. 20 2010 6:59 AM


In the Aug. 19 "Culturebox," Troy Patterson misspelled the name of the neighborhood Holmby Hills.

In an Aug. 18 "Double X, " Amanda Marcotte misspelled the name of Reconstructionist Howard Phillips.


In the Aug. 17 "Explainer," Brian Palmer misspelled Pittsburg in the name of Pittsburg State University.

In an Aug. 17 "Slatest" entry, Nicholas Jackson implied the Haqqani network was a part of Pakistan's military establishment. It is considered a militant group to which the military has suspected ties.

In the Aug. 17 blog post of "The Wrong Stuff," Kathryn Schulz misidentified Raymond Towler as Raymond Fowler.

In the Aug. 16 "Skin and Scares," Jason Zinoman referred to the character Terry Bellefleur when he meant to refer to Andy Bellefleur.

Due to an editing error, the Aug. 13 "Moneygolf" incorrectly stated that the book To the Linksland was published in 2005. It was published in 1992.

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