Edward Bond on censorship

Monday 11th March 2013

Olly’s Prison in Malta
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Quote of the day: “Censorship is dangerous not only because it silences its opponents and prevents them from spreading their ideas, but also because it corrupts the innocent — the naive and the indifferent who think they can live in society without accepting responsibility for its institutions. No one can do that and be safe.” (Edward Bond’s ‘Programme Note’ to his Olly’s Prison)

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