You're painting this as a picture of Darwinian vs. Lamarckian. That's a false dichotomy. I never once argued for the primacy of Lamarckian evolution. That's a strawman. I'm perfectly happy to acknowledge the contributions and relevance of multiple schools of thought. In fact, my original point was not that Darwinists were wrong about many aspects of Darwinian evolutionary mechanisms, but that other schools of thought were rejected by the very wrong attitude that evolutionary mechanisms are exclusively Darwinian.
Naturally, much of the struggle of this was taking place pre-internet and in conversations between student researchers and advisors. If you don't want to accept my contention that there was suppression of these ideas, fine. But don't accuse me of arguing for the primacy of Lamarckian mechanisms, or maintain an ignorant attitude that only one school of thought is legitimate. Which, oddly enough, kind of proves my point.