Rowbotham's successors and those who would try to refute them have continued their debates in the journals and magazines of the day.
Journal and magazine articles appear here. As with books, the list has been broken down, with materials from outside the Library of Congress being given their own list following that of the Library of Congress materials. The resulting resource lists have been organized by author's surname where known, and then by title.
The Flat Earth and its Advocates: A List of References was originally published in May of 1998. Works which postdate 1998 are drawn from the new material available in the collection on the subject.
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Ruth Freitag's original guide included material that does not appear in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. For these items, we have provided links to the OCLC Worldcat External database, a free tool which allows users to search a combined catalog of materials from many of the world's prominent libraries. The original guide provided British Library shelfmarks in the locations where they appear. Call numbers from other institutions have been added and are provided as examples only. Items in question may or may not have copies held at multiple institutions. Consult OCLC Worldcat records for additional holdings information. The list is organized by author's surname where known, and then by title.
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