Mario Taboada wrote:
>Of course a book can be harmful. Particularly when a
>gets inspired for it *and* knows nothing about taking
>responsibility for his own actions. Propaganda works on
And books can even being unintentionally harmful. Think of
all the harm done by readers of the Bible and other religious
texts, most of which preach peace, tolerance and love.
Obviously, some folks don't read too well.
So, can you judge a book by the actions committed by its
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