POSTS BY Nikolay Koposov

Memory Laws: Historical Evidence in Support of the “Slippery Slope” Argument

The notion of memory laws emerged as recently as the 2000s, and it can be used in a narrow sense of denoting enactments criminalizing certain statements about the past (such as Holocaust denial) and in a broad sense as including any legal regulations of historical memory and commemorative practices. Such regulations are by no means a recent phenomenon.

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