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) Call-in number: 512-879-3805. Is holocaust revisionism making a legitimate contribution to historical debate? (I’m grabbing this third-rail topic mainly because it’s a critically important free speech issue — where else are people being jailed for their historical interpretations? See my blog post Dear Angela Merkel: How much do Raul Hilberg and I owe you?) First hour: Thomas Dalton, author of Debating the Holocaust: A New Look at Both Sides, says yes. Dalton argues that there is a genuine and very important debate pitting the best…

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