• dale

    Try as some might, people cannot change who Anne was, or what happened to her.

    I have no problem with the book going into the public domain. Seems that it could potentially reach even more people. But lets remember that Anne was not the only diarist, either. I have read diaries by Helene Berr, Rutka Laskier, and Ruth Maier. And I am aware that there are dozens out there, if one wants to look. All tell the same story, although in different places, from different perspectives. And all end the same way.

    So give Anne her due. Put her diary in the public domain. Interpret away.
    But never forget.
    Never let it happen again.

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