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What about those weed gangsters that are mad about you giving speeches in Bumfuck, Maine?
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In 1996 Pierce sold the rights to The Turner Diaries to the Jewish publisher Lyle Stuart.
Lyle Stuart (August 11, 1922 – June 24, 2006) was an American author and independent publisher of controversial books. Born Lionel Simon, Stuart worked as a newsman for years before launching his publishing firm, Lyle Stuart, Inc.
He made headlines in 1997 with his then-current Barricade Books, by reissuing The Turner Diaries, a novel thought to have been the inspiration behind Timothy McVeigh's bombing of the Murrah building. He was a strong advocate of freedom of the press, and believed it was important for people to be able to read and make up their own minds (in the introduction he wrote to his reissue of The Turner Diaries, he made clear how strongly he opposed the viewpoint expressed in the book).
Incidentally, I have a paper which at least in part deals with the role of the Turner Diaries in lone wolf terrorism. I can PM you it, if you want
I literally just opened it to reference what I had previously written on the topic for my dissertation, so it's no problem.
Sure. I was getting interested in it from your posts on fb, actually.