Six weeks ago, when I held the first copy of “The Mill – Fifty Years of Pulp and Protest” in my hands, I would never have believed that the book would ever make any headlines, let alone national ones.
But it has. And what’s more astounding is that it went from almost total obscurity to the national media because of the actions of the very people who tried to suppress its promotion, ensure it remained obscure. Just deserts?
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