Testing the limits of free speech

Mock Turtle writes "Lyle Stuart, 81-year-old president of maverick publisher Barricade Books Inc., has spent 50 years as a writer, editor and publisher of books considered too racy or dangerous for other publishers. He knows many of the books he publishes are objectionable to the average American, but he still wants people to be able to read how to make bombs and to learn the inner thoughts of a pedophile. "If you are not allowed to discuss ideas freely, then you have problems," says Stuart. "My feeling is you should have access to everything." Get the story from Reuters."

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