Smith’s Report to Promote Increased Readership

Published: 1996-04-01

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From the beginning, in 1990, I've made it a practice to mail Smith's Report without charge to those who have donated help or money to CODOH, the Campus Project, and the other revisionist projects I have started and carried forth. To date SR has been read by the select few willing not just to admire, but to actually support, a work that faces great odds but which, as SR readers know, has overcome these odds time and again to take revisionist theory to millions of ordinary Americans over the airwaves and to hundreds of thousands of students and teachers in ads published on college campuses.

The rapidly growing outreach made possible by our site on the Internet's World Wide Web means that Smith's Report is now faced with an opportunity, and a choice. The opportunity is to increase circulation several-fold; the choice is whether to charge a subscription fee.

I calculate that many of the readers we're striving for will likely be consumers of revisionist and free speech information and ideas rather than passionate participants in the struggle, or devoted supporters of the cause, as so many of you have been. That's fine; they're who we're aiming for.

While I welcome them to our readership, I must have their help, too, in order to supplement the contributions of those readers who have borne the lion's share of the burden to date. Thus, after six years of publishing and distributing it free of charge, I've decided to put Smith's Report on a subscription basis. Those of you who have supported the project over the last twelve months with contributions, monetary or otherwise, oftentimes far in excess of what will be charged for a subscription, will continue to receive SR as a matter of course, and with my deep appreciation. For those of you who haven't, this will be your final issue. Please subscribe.

Please remember that what we've accomplished together could never have been done through subscriptions alone. That goes double for the demanding (technically and financially) tasks of today and tomorrow. Please continue to give as much as you are able, to help sustain and advance this work.

That much said, I thank each and every one of you who has helped in the past, from the high rollers who've financed whole undertakings, to those less affluent who have sent $5 and $10, even when it pinched.

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Author(s): Bradley R. Smith
Title: Smith’s Report to Promote Increased Readership
Sources: Smith's Report, no. 31, April 1996, pp. 7f.
Published: 1996-04-01
First posted on CODOH: Sept. 25, 2015, 5:39 a.m.
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