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Achieving neutral POV is difficult with such a touchy subject, but I think this article can be improved. The introduction in particular and also the plot summary read more like a sales pitch than a neutral summary/analysis. Thoughts? Jminthorne (talk) 08:31, 3 November 2009 (UTC)
SolarGeneral Dot Com and Fame of a Dead Man's Deeds
Concerning the link to the book 'Fame of a Dead Man's Deeds' by Robert S. Griffin in this 'Hunter' article, I recently removed the link from the anti-Semitic "ubur" portal www.SolarGeneral.com and instead linked to the more benign super library www.Archive.org. This link change from the extreme to the more mainstream is an attempt to prevent the promotion of the most gigantic anti-Semitic hate library in the universe. For those of you who are not aware, Solar General Dot Com is literally a drowning galactic ocean of anti-Semitic hate material. I have yet to see a larger library web site on the Internet with more anti-Semitic material, in fact, if you added up all the hate sites in the world, I doubt they would even come close to the sheer size of the volume contained within this web site. Please privately alert and message me if you find any other places on Wikipedia linking to this web site. Machn (talk) 10:32, 12 February 2010 (UTC)
The book 'The Hunter' listed on The Internet Archive clearly states the book is no longer in copyright and public domain. The book listing says brought to you by National Vanguard which is the main web site of 'The National Alliance'. You can't assume a book that has been listed for almost 5 years and has thousands of downloads is in copyright when it clearly states otherwise. Let us leave it up until we can have the issue arbitrated.Pussypimples (talk) 23:27, 26 December 2014 (UTC)