In 1989, the paper became world famous when its office was firebombed, apparently in retaliation for an editorial defending the right to read Salman Rushdie's controversial novel The Satanic Verses. For their courage in continuing to publish without missing an issue, the Steins were given the prestigious First Amendment Award of the Society of Professional Journalist.
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