The Fisher-Neyman fight, revisited

Did Neyman really say of Fisher’s work, “It’s easy to get the right answer if you never define what the question is,” and did Fisher really describe Neyman as “a theorem-proving poseur who wouldn’t recognize real data if it bit him in the ass”? See Andrew Gellman’s discussion for answers.
The Fisher-Neyman fight, revisited

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