By Martin Pawley 2001-04-10T00:00:00
Predictably, global public opinion was outraged by this event, which was almost universally seen as an act of intolerant vandalism. But aside from the practical impossibility of preventing it, lay the question of its status as living history. Iconoclasm never gets a good press, but it does have a long ...
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