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Publishers know publishing. Professionals know their subject area.
Peer review is when professionals in the appropriate subject area review a paper, asking for additional information or clarification if needed. The professional then tells the publisher if the article is worth publishing.
Reliable peer review is not a quick process. If a journal offers quick peer review for a fee...that probably pay-to-publish, or vanity press.
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