A REPLY TO SOME ARGUMENTS
IN DEFENSE OF AMAZON.COM
(This essay refers to my last post, below. If you haven’t read that, scroll down and give it a look, then come back to these current observations.)
My last post elicited several comments in defense of Amazon.com’s right to refuse carrying products its managers deemed objectionable — specifically, books by the late Catholic psychotherapist, Dr. Joseph Nicolosi.
A reader named Eric suggested…