At his blog via Daily Beast, Andrew Sullivan answers a reader's question each day. This response is about the state of book publishing. I can't find much to argue with in his answer. Update: But I think he is all wrong about ebooks, for the reasons his own readers suggest. That is, I am sure ebooks have their place in the ecology of publishing and reading, but until they are as autonomous as print books, their preeminence could become a real danger to the freedom to read and write.