Issue: No. 4 (Apr.)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 4 ∙ ∙ April 1991

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

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Friend: Northwestern University The Northwestern Project is running like clockwork, just about like I predicted (see: Smith's Report #2 & #3). The CODOH Open Debate announcement has appeared in the Daily Northwestern once each week on Thursday since 11 January. During January after the Daily and the NW Review published …

A fireside featuring controversial electrical engineering Assoc. Prof. Arthur Butz scheduled for last night was canceled because of student outrage and conflicts with the Jewish holiday of Purim. Butz, a "Holocaust revisionist," denies that the Nazis had a policy of mass killings of Jews during World War II. He was …