An uncensored Letter to America's readers
On the hypocracy of the U.S. print media
Published: 1990-07-01

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As a Public Service, The Journal of Historical Review runs the advertisement on the facing page. We fully subscribe to the American Booksellers Association's bold credo of First Amendment rights. We furthermore have every intention of reminding the various publishers, writers, magazine wholesalers, librarians and booksellers listed of the duties incumbent in their stewardship of America's book industry, i.e. enabling the free publication, marketing, and distribution of all responsible points of view. We are concerned at what seems to us the advertisemenfs narrow focus of interest: ensuring the availability of sexually explicit materials to schoolchildren. We remind an increasingly troubled industry, not merely of its failure to speak out against the censorship of Revisionist writings, but of what must strike many as active complicity in the suppression of a dissident point of view.

An uncensored Letter to America's readers

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Author(s): Institute For Historical Review
Title: An uncensored Letter to America's readers, On the hypocracy of the U.S. print media
Sources: The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 10, no. 2 (summer 1990), pp. 158f.
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Published: 1990-07-01
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