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"Censorship wherever it exists is as much a problem for the police as for the critics. And, like the poor, it is always with us."
"The present paper aims not at making a novel contribution but at extricating from the confusion the accepted truths, in the hope that the remaining points of difference may be seen more clearly and perhaps brought nearer to reconciliation."
"It is all very well to say that the customers were foolish. But when a system prevails which caters to the folly of too large a proportion of a population, a proportion so large that the destruction of its purchasing power is of concern to every business in the land, then it deserves serious attention."
A veteran trapeze artist describes the intoxicating feeling of flying high without a safety net
A wrap up of book reviews from Edward Weeks