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The Injustice of Making Someone a ‘Ghost’

The women of Hidden Figures wrote reports for NASA, but got no credit. Barbara Feinman Todd wrote 75 percent of It Takes a Village for Hillary Clinton, but got no credit. The names of Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman mysteriously vanished from their 1999 bestseller, First Break All the Rules. Why do we countenance the deception of “alternative authorship?” It’s the topic of my latest column for Forbes.


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