Catering to your clientele doesn't mean catering to a handful of deranged people though. I'm pretty sure those people shouting have never bought a book in that store or any store for that matter.I like Ngo's field work and think this is fundamentally wrong. But it is a private business and they have to cater to their clientele.
I'm in favor of freedom of speech and expression but I also completely understand a business' right to deliberate exactly which product they decide to carry within their inventory.
That's not really uncommon, though. Lots of chains keep a "banned book/controversial history" section, with Mein Kampf featured prominently. The other common one is The Satanic Verses.According to the interview, they have two copies of Mein Kampf for sale at that store.
That's not really uncommon, though. Lots of chains keep a "banned book/controversial history" section, with Mein Kampf featured prominently. The other common one is The Satanic Verses.
Well, I have said on gaf before that this is the year for double standards. Righties protested jk rowling back in the day and called her a witch, so it's entirely possible.That's not what I asked. I asked if you thought that Trump supporters would act like leftist angry mobs over a book release?
Don’t worry. Amazon will send a drone to break their back and them simultaneously give them amazon.com workers comp insurance which will delay all of the medications they need.Force all the small businesses to close and you're left with Amazon, which you can't protest or smash and does nothing for your local community.
Who the fuck want to read a book about antifa do a cool anti ground doco movie