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Old 11-19-2012, 11:33 PM   #90
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I certainly support your right (some might say responsibility) to boycott the work of someone of whom you disapprove - even if, as in this case, you disapprove of them for speaking according to their beliefs. But if you have already put a loaf of bread on his table by buying and reading one of his books, there is no reason to denigrate that work. A work of art is no less impressive for having been produced by a flawed human being (some might say just the reverse was true).
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