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Allen Ginsberg


by Benjamin Garland “Under the [Hicklin test], any obscenity in a work, no matter how slight, contaminated the whole; under the [Roth test], any slight redeeming trait purified it.” — Leo Pfeffer1 THE FIRST MAJOR publication to reap the benefits of the precedent set by the Roth decision (discussed…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce THREE WEEKS ago a man named Allen Ginsberg (pictured) died, at the age of 70. If you were a university student in the 1960s or 1970s, his name will be very familiar to you. He was the person chosen by the media to be the number-one guru for America’s youth during that period.…
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