Penguin Refuses to Cease Publishing Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Ebook

The Wall St. J. (Jeffrey Trachtenberg) wrote on Oct. 31 (however I one way or the other missed it):

The guide is being revealed by the Sentinel imprint of Bertelsmann SE’s Penguin Random Home. “We stay totally dedicated to publishing authors who, like Justice Barrett, substantively form right now’s most essential conversations,” stated Adrian Zackheim, writer of Sentinel, a number one conservative home, within the writer’s first public feedback on the scenario….

Mr. Zackheim added that Sentinel “publishes books so that individuals can learn them, and consider them on their very own. In an clever free society we have to disseminate concepts in a sturdy type in order that we are able to talk about them.”

This was in response to an open letter from numerous authors, translators, brokers, and Penguin Random Home staff, which urged the writer to cancel the guide due to Justice Barrett’s vote in Dobbs, which held that the Structure does not defend abortion rights.