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America Burning

The Report of the National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control

by National Commission on Fire Prevention and Control (U.S.)

  • 232 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by US Independent Agencies and Commissions .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fire Science,
  • Technology / Fire Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages189
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9762818M
    ISBN 100160676835
    ISBN 109780160676833

      Burning books in the film posed a legal challenge. The cover art of most books is protected by copyright, and in most cases we were unable to obtain permission to display it — let alone burn . "The purpose of the workshop was to achieve a consensus, if possible, on the nature of the current U.S. fire problem, review and comment of [i.e. on?] the progress against fire since the original America Burning Report of , and to develop recommendations for local, State and Federal efforts to reduce further the life and property loss due.

    Forget the ‘fire restrictions’ answers. You asked for the legal stance. In America, you can burn books all you want. And it won’t get rid of a book, nor will it direct attention or curiosity AWAY from that book. You’ll be busy, too. Companies who.   Eighty years ago today, 40, people gathered in the Opernplatz in Berlin to witness one of the most famous book burnings in history. Books by authors including Heinrich Mann, Bertolt Brecht and Karl Marx, as well as Ernest Hemingway, Jack London and Thomas Mann were burnt at a Nazi gathering on May 10th attended by Joseph Goebbels, according to the website of the Holocaust .

      This radical left “anti-fascist” writer is advocating for modern day book burning of content from a specific racial or ethnic group, the same exact thing that Hitler and his Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels ordered done during the Third Reich, where “literary garbage” and books of “un-German” origin were set ablaze.   Seems to be an unfinished version of a film about the report "America Burning". Warning the impact of fire on people is shown graphically.


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