Publishing Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”?

The copyright on Adolf Hitler's racist autobiography "Mein Kampf" expires in 2015. From then on, anyone will be free to republish the infamous book. Should a ban be imposed or would that infringe our freedom of expression?

The €500,000 Solutio...

To publish or not to publish? That is no longer the question. What remains to be done after the "Mein Kampf" copyright expires in 2015 is to provide an antitoxin to its content – and Bavaria has just the right medicine.

Banned for good...

The German state must ban Hitler’s _Mein Kampf_ for eternity and recognize that plain and outspoken rejection of Nazi ideology is a fundamental part of German democracy. This is the surest way to prevent history from repeating itself.

Terrible Irony...

Should German publishing houses, even German citizens, be free to publish and sell Adolf Hitler's racist, ranting autobiography _Mein Kampf_? Yes, they should.

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