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The swastika is a symbol that must be banned

The Age Thursday, 16 January 2020
While some might say prohibiting the swastika would be an overreach, a call-to-arms for fascists, or perhaps an invalid limitation on Australians’ freedom of speech, "The Age" disagrees.
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