Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1997

Abstract

Mark Weber, who at the time was both the editor of the Journal of Historical Review and the Director of the Institute for Historical Review, wrote a letter to the editor of Public & Access Services Quarterly objecting to a 1995 article written by John Drobnicki, Carol Goldman, Trina Knight, and Johanna Thomas ("Holocaust-Denial Literature in Public Libraries: An Investigation of Public Librarians’ Attitudes Regarding Acquisition and Access"). Drobnicki wrote a detailed response, which not only refutes the claims of Mr. Weber, but which also demonstrates how Holocaust "revisionists" often make claims which do not hold up.

Comments

The file uploaded here is a pre-print version of a journal article that was later published as: Drobnicki, John A. 1997. A response to Mark Weber. Public & Access Services Quarterly 2(3): 49-58.

 
 

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