further unpleasantness was that he [Austin Harrison] always
wanted to mutilate what I wrote by removing the strongest
passages or reshaping them so that my style was spoilt entirely
and diluted with his journalistic commonplaces and clichés. I
made the best of a bad job. My reply to Rabbi Joel Blau, "The
Jewish Problem Re-Stated", for example, seemed to me so
important that any sacrifice was worth making. I doubt my
wisdom. His emendations reduced a masterpiece of reasoning and
eloquence to a comparatively unremarkable pleading, and it fell
— The Confessions of Aleister Crowley.
New York, NY. Hill and Wang, 1969. Page 893.