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‘And/or’ persists because writers love it (access required)

A chief pleasure of this column lies in exploring grammar’s schools of thought. To serial-comma or not to serial-comma; to purge that from our sentences or let it flourish; to place two spaces after a period or only one. But occasionally I encounter issues that truly unite us, like the universal contempt for and/or. I’ll back up ...

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