Hi - you're doing great work with this article, but please do put in descriptions that contain opinions, interpretation or analysis, as such comments need to be sourced. For instance, instead of "Ashley Montagu, more than 60 books by one of the most prolific writers" which requires a source for "one of the most prolific writers", "Ashley Montagu", author of more than 60 books" gets the point across and doesn't require a source. Thanks, Beyond My Ken (talk) 02:45, 6 October 2012 (UTC)
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