Banned Books, Chapter 2

Washington Post – “During a week that librarians nationwide are highlighting banned books, conservative Christian students and parents showcased their own collection outside a Fairfax County high school yesterday — a collection they say was banned by the librarians themselves.”

One Response to “Banned Books, Chapter 2”

  1. blit
    October 4, 2008 at 10:44 pm #

    Banned books are banned books. It doesn’t really matter which group of people does what. This type of news just perpetuates stereotypes, or actually builds new ones. Anyway, as long as the public pays the bills for library collections, they all have a right to fight and have books in a library collection or taken out of a library collection. Both sides should have equal rights and an even fighting chance.

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