In 2006, Elizabeth Warren and her daughter, Amelia Warren Tyagi, published a book, All Your Worth: The Ultimate Money Lifetime Plan. That book includes a passage that appears to include parts of two paragraphs directly lifted from a book published in 2005, Getting on the Money Track by Rob Black.
Go to NRO and check the passages. It’s quite obvious this woman is guilty. You know, if such a prestigious university like Harvard had any standards they might be considering her employment status right about now.
Update: Now this is an interesting wrinkle.
Trinko reported that Warren’s book came out in 2006 and the book she allegedly plagiarized from came out in 2005. That’s true — of the paperback version of Warren’s book. According to Amazon, though, the hardcover came out on March 1, 2005 — seven months before the book she supposedly plagiarized from. Assuming those dates are right, she’s the victim of plagiarism here, not the perpetrator. Sorry to everyone for passing along apparently bad info, and good work by BuzzFeed’s Andrew Kaczynski to catch this.