James Heartfield wrote:
> In message <200010201904984.SM00134@[192.168.1.8]>, martin schiller
> <mschiller at mac.com> writes
> >Printing gave us racial hate literature, religious tracts furthering
> >intolerance, etc., from which spring wars and genocides.
> Which is bizarre. Nazis *burned* books and banned literature. The battle
> against intolerance starts with ideas. The prevention of literature
> invariably leads to burning people.
Come on James. Stop shooting fish in a barrel. Respond to Yoshie's development of my initial point instead of focusing on what is (obviously) bizarre.