Defending Truth: Legal and Psychological Aspects of Holocaust Denial

@article{Lasson2007DefendingTL,
  title={Defending Truth: Legal and Psychological Aspects of Holocaust Denial},
  author={Kenneth Lasson},
  journal={Current Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={223-266}
}
Today that form of historical revisionism popularly called “Holocaust denial” abounds worldwide in all its full foul flourish—disseminated not only on Arab streets but in American university newspapers, not only in books, articles, and speeches but in mosques and over the Internet. Can we reject spurious revisionism, or punish purposeful expressions of hatred, and still pay homage to the liberty of thought ennobled by the First Amendment? Are some conflicts between freedom of expression and… Expand