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The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question

The Daring Young Man Meets William Saroyan at Harvard

Published on Thursday, July 9 of 2015 by

NOTE: The following story is from a collection published in my latest book, A Personal History of Moral Decay. The Crimson was told to not print an advertisement for the book because of its content. Can a simple literary work be so dangerous to Harvard students that advertising it in the Crimson should be forbidden? Here you can read the second story in the collection. Tell me what you make of it. Is the Crimson refusal to advertise this book one more illustration of the academic taboo that is so well established on the Harvard campus?

The Daring Young

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Books already on C.W. Porter’s page

Published on Friday, June 26 of 2015 by

Books already on C.W. Porter’s page


Germany v. Porter

War Crimes Trials and Other Essays

Made in Russia: The Holocaust

Nicht schuldig in Nürnberg


Not Guilty at Nuremberg




Else Löser’s page

The Image of the Germans in Polish Literature…


Other books


Requiem for Rhodesia


Book by Hervé Ryssen

(new author)

 Understanding the Jews, Understanding Anti-Semitism


Book by Franz W. Seidler

(new author)

 Crimes Against the Wehrmacht

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Inconvenient History Spring 2015

Published on Wednesday, June 17 of 2015 by

Holocaust Hate Speech

By Richard A. Widmann

But what was strange was that although Goldstein was hated and despised by everybody, although every day, and a thousand times a day, on platforms, on the telescreen, in newspapers, in books, his theories were refuted, smashed, ridiculed, held up to the general gaze for the pitiful rubbish that they were—in spite of all this, his influence never seemed to grow less.–George Orwell, 1984

Heinrich Heine, a Nineteenth-Century German poet and essayist, is most remembered for his comment, “Where books are burned, in the end people will be burned too.” Today his …

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