The political devolution of Alexander Cockburn
Brad De Long
delong at econ.Berkeley.EDU
Sat Oct 24 17:01:54 PDT 1998
>On Sat, 24 Oct 1998 12:09:03 -0400 Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com> writes:
>> When Chomsky makes a gaffe, he never
>>it. His stubborn pride would be the only explanation for refusing to
>>his error in judgment in writing the preface to a book by holocaust
>Lou, this was a great piece, but the above statement simply isn't true.
>Chomsky never wrote a preface for Faurisson's book. What he did was
>write a short essay about freedom of speech, which was then appropriated
>by Serge Thion to be used as a preface.
With Chomsky's permission, or in blatant violation of Chomsky's copyright?
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