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And how cool is it the article was done by a journalist named Dominic Green? B-)
Regarding the author himself sharing it, I think that's beyond question really. And expect reprinting older materials from the 20th Century isn't so much a conflict.
But what I really must resolve to do is continue reading Mr. Wright's fine book. I'm impressed so far.
All of that is doubtful. There wouldn't be much to link to anyway, since Wall Street Journal reviews are behind a paywall--only subscribers can read the text. And I doubt any potential subscribers to the WSJ were turned away by the fact that the complete text of a single book review turned up on Mr. Wright's site. The review was also reposted several days after it had appeared in the paper, and was already "old news." Nor is the WSJ's funding for future reviews imperiled, since it's part of the Murdoch empire, one of the wealthiest media conglomerates on earth. If this case involved a small, imperilled publication I would be more inclined to agree with you.