Thought Police?

 Copperopolis, California,  últim editat: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 10:18:23 -0800  
Is it just me, or does this case seem to set a dangerous precedent?

As far as I can make out, the couple has not done any harm (so far) other than spreading their gospel of white-supremecy.
it's been years - i'd have to look it up, but i recall the author of the anarchist cookbook was pissed about the types of people it attracted, and according to him it was totally misinterpreted.
oh, it was different i suppose,
"After writing the book as a teenager, Powell converted to Anglicanism in 1976, and later attempted to have the book removed from circulation..."
I think the wife has a copy of Anarchist Cookbook, but she probably thought it was an actual cook book with food recipes. I used to have "TM 31-210 Improvised Munitions" but somebody apparently nicked it. This was a publication of the US Printing Office, who used to provide a range of US government publications and documents for free to anybody who asked. I used to send for free books and catalogs all the time back in the 60s and they were one of the best sources of free knowledge. We didn't have an internet and the libraries were full of 80 year old books and this is how you learned about the world around you.