Dear PCCLIST readers,
Thanks to Amy for her full explanation.
OCLC 875240162, also at my desk, has:
1001 Feeley, Dianne, ǂe author.
24510Leon Trotsky and the organizational principles of the revolutionary party / ǂc Dianne Feeley, Paul Le Blanc and Thomas Twiss.
What you don't see in the OCLC master is that, in the version as used for our acquisitions purposes, this field was present:
700 1 Feeley, Dianne. ‡t Leon Trotsky & the organizational principles of the Revolutionary Party.
I wonder why (1) the cataloger didn't use field 240 in this instance, and (2) why someone saw fit to remove the field. (Granted that the title with the ampersand rather than the spelled-out word doesn't achieve a whole lot.) This was not Library of Congress cataloging.
But I don't need any more answers. Again, thanks to all who've contributed. Feel free to continue discussing, anyone who's so inclined.
Sincerely - Ian
Cataloging and Metadata Services Librarian George Mason University
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