IQ issue

rc-am rcollins at
Sat Feb 6 23:20:19 PST 1999

-----Original Message----- From: C. G. Estabrook <galliher at>

>Actually, I don't think Chomsky did make such a distinction in regard
>Faurisson. He simply defended the right to free speech -- that
>should not be suppressed by law on the basis of its content, however
>erroneous or vicious it might be.

isn't this claim that speech should not be suppressed on the basis of its content a claim resting on making a distinction between the form of speech and its content? which is what I was saying.


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