Nov 1 1994


The article “The ‘Stolen Feminism’ Hoax” in the September/October ’94 issue of Extra! misstated the number of seats on the National Council on the Humanities board. There are 26 seats on the board. President George Bush made eight appointments to the board, of whom three were members of the National Association of Scholars.

The September/October issue also stated that the U.S. Constitution was written in 1789. It was actually written in 1787, and ratified in 1789.

In the same issue, a City Paper reporter was incorrectly identified. His name is Bill Gifford.