There are about 1800 Christian bookstores in the U.S. If you are unfamiliar with them, they specialize in inspirational and instructional books extolling Christianity, for all ages and reading levels, along with the usual assortment of small gifts that relate to the subject.
They are where you can find books about intelligent design and the evils of abortion and why gay marriage is unbiblical. You are guaranteed not to find books that call for the protection of trans people. No books with opposing viewpoints, at any time. No evenhandedness is allowed. *
So, @DemonTree, when you complain about Amazon quietly banning books, what is your position on Christian bookstores? They are private enterprises exactly like Amazon. Yet they proudly announce they promulgate scientific nonsense and hatred of others while banning, to use your favorite word, the views of the majority. Do you truly believe that only minorities you agree with have rights but that majorities don’t? Is success in the marketplace enough to cancel out the words “private enterprise” when it comes to Amazon? Is your position that bookstores should never be allowed to control their own stock and what they decide to sell - unless they conform to your prejudices?
I can’t figure out what philosophical position you’re taking on the subject. Any chance you could elucidate?
*There may be a handful of exceptions, but not in any I’ve ever been to.