If there was a strong will in the state to defend liberty, then that could shape public opinion. At present, the state does not protect free expression; quite often, it does the opposite—of blaming the people who are targeted. And the public doesn’t seem to be bothered. That allows relatively small groups of people to impose their will on all kinds of artistic and intellectual activity.
Salman Rushdie

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