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Don't display lies

25 April 1985


In this opinion piece, Arthur Wilmot is stunned that the Gazette-Times would say that the library’s decision to not show the display is wrong. He then goes on to say that the Library of Congress designates the materials in the display under the subject of Holocaust…errors and inventions. Wilmot ends the article with the fact that civil liberties for all materials to be available is a yes; however having a prominent display of hate material and lies is a no.


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