4 9 0 D O C U M E N T S 4 9 6 , 4 9 8 M A R C H 1 9 2 7 496. To Paul Feldkeller  [Berlin, after 7 March 1927] Dear Sir, With regard to the booklet by Eberty, you are right that it contains serious er- rors. I wrote the short preface to it only to satisfy a wish of old Itelson, whom I greatly admire. As for the Newton article, you can imagine that such requests come to me in great numbers. I authored—in accordance with a promise made long ago, an article for the Naturwissenschaften, which you can reprint if you consider it appropriate, but only with the statement “reprinted from Naturwissenschaften.” Dr. A. Berliner, editorial office of Nat. W (Linkstr. 23–24, Berlin), would, of course, send you the printed proofs. Respectfully, A. E. 497. “Einstein Waxes Sarcastic over U.S. School Row” [Einstein 1927h] Published 8 March 1927 In: San Francisco Examiner, 8 March 1927, p. 8. [See documentary edition for English text.] 498. From Count Heinrich von Kageneck  Berlin W50, Würzburgerstr. 19, 10 March 1927 Dear Professor, There is a plan to publish the enclosed manuscript as a brochure jointly with other men. Dr. Ludwig Haas of the Democratic Fraction has agreed in principle. He would deliver the political part. Dr. Seydler, 2d secretary of Stresemann, is writing the practical economic part a friend of his, secretary of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, will deliver the legal section.