2018-02-16 21:12:10 UTC
According to https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2013/03/the-folly-of-sober-minded-cynicism/273686/
Ta Nehisi-Coates said " I was skeptical of war, but if the U.S. was going to take out a mad tyrant, who was I to object? "
This is referenced in a recent London Review of Books article:
which says BEGIN QUOTE
He, too, was ‘sceptical’, he wrote a decade later in a blog post for the Atlantic,
‘but if the US was going to take out a mad tyrant, who was I to object?’
Surely, he was "skeptical" rather than "sceptical".
What on earth is the justification for changing the written text?