paulcroft wrote: Wesjr1 wrote:
paulcroft wrote:Interestingly many of the best quotes on censorship are by Americans.
Could it be because we Americans, as a society, have honed censorship into a fine art?
I don't know - but it certainly seems unnecessarily popular. Just seems weird to me.
My take is, Europeans get used to heavy censorship since Medieval, at least. Is became integral part of European life. Americans, being a young nation, are still getting used to (self)censorship, and are still trying to find the golden middle point. Just look at obviously overdone "Political correctness" policies, which became so efficient because nobody wants to be sued and to pay huge legal fees.
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