“There are some in the industry who believe houses have a responsibility to publish a wide range of viewpoints, seeing it as a First Amendment issue.” (And conservative books have tended to sell well.) “But a burgeoning group of mostly younger industry members argue” — especially in the wake of the Capitol riot and Simon & Schuster’s subsequent cancellation of its contract with Sen. Josh Hawley — “that certain conservative figures, whose messages they say are harmful to society at large, should not be given a platform.” – Publishers Weekly

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