Simon & Schuster has requested, and I am working on, a bibliography for the back of the book.
In a sense, the bibliography is the first document I created, when I started work on Stanton, creating a list of books and articles and papers. I still have that document, edited over the course of five years, on my computer. (For more on the use of a bibliography as a research tool see my Seattle Prep talk on this blog.) But I have had to edit it quite a bit to create the bibliography for the published book, because in many cases I listed books and articles on tangential issues. Some of those I looked at but did not cite; some of them I never even looked at. There is not much point sending the poor reader to look at things I decided were not much use.