How Fonts Are Fueling the Culture Wars
Ben Hersh

  1. “Your” Blackletter is, thankfully, more legible than your historical examples.
  2. I miss the point of Germany’s 1941 typographic pivot (or I got the terminology wrong): How did the Nazi propaganda typeface become “too Jewish”?
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