Offensive display

Citation data:

Gazette-Times (Corvallis)

Publication Year:
1985
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Repository URL:
https://commons.pacificu.edu/iforegon/506
Tags:
opinion piece; Revisionist; anti-Semitism; racism; history; World War 2; Holocaust; display
article description
In this opinion piece, the author says that he hopes that the library has better sense than to allow a public building to be used to display materials that try to prove the Holocaust never happened. He says that a display like is the equivalent of pornography and that the library should draw a line between ideas and lies. He ends by saying that an offensive display does not belong in a tax-supported institution.