Applebaum on Irving

by Russ Roberts on March 1, 2006

in Law

Anne Applebaum of the Washington Post has a nice piece today on the Irving case.  The ending is eloquent:

In a world in which a Jewish man can be found tortured and murdered outside Paris, as one was last week, in which imams issue fatwas
against cartoonists, in which the golden domes of mosques explode and
in which religious intolerance seems to be exploding too — it’s
becoming far harder for everyone else to see the value of uninhibited,
unrestrained and deeply offensive free speech.


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