The Chicago Manual of Style is a sober compendium of grammar rules and guidelines. Apparently, some of the earlier versions contained their own linguistic gaffes. The 15th Edition is now out and it appears to be grammatically correct, but Gary Lutz has nevertheless been prompted to write an an article in Slate grumbling about various questions of usage and form.
My god, are there any happy grammarians out there?
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