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    The controversy of book censorship has been around in America since the beginning of American colonization. Whether a person opposes book censorship or is for it, there is always something being stirred up. The list is already long and still growing. It consists of literature like Of Mice and Men, for its offensive language, racism, and violence, or The Outsiders, for its anti-religious content plus many, many more books for similar and completely different reasons. Best-Sellers and might I say very good books are being banned from schools because parents don’t want their child to be offended but the content. A ton of the controversial books can teach the readers about history, therefore, books should not be banned because of the story beyond the words on the pages.…

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    Banning Of Books

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    No Banning Of Books Have you ever gotten a slip asking for your parents permission to read certain books? There are people in the world who want to ban books that are too serious of a topic for students. Students won’t be able to learn about those serious topics until they are exposed to it physically. Students being restricted from reading books with serious topics won’t know what happens in the world. Censoring books take away the student’s right of freedom. Having freedom means to be able…

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    Banning Books

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    Knowledge is power, and that power is taken away from humanity every time a book is banned. Although those who ban the books may have good intentions, the action results in more harm than good. Books are banned due to consideration of the words inside being offensive on moral, religious, and political grounds. The book may be sexually explicit, challenge religion or politics, or considered a threat to public welfare. In the United States, the government cannot ban books due to the first…

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    Banning Books

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    Why are Books banned? Why are books banned? There are many reasons why books are banned. For instance Language or racial issues. Violence or negativity even religious views or opinions in the book. In the Freedom Writers Diary all of these occur. I believe the Freedom Writers Diary should be banned in school. A few reasons why I think that this should be banned. Is because there is a lot of violence between each other. And a lot of bad language between race and also gangs. The freedom writes is…

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    The Book Tally

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    land, there was a book named Tally. Tally was an old book that had been around for nearly 17 years. Although she told stories of faraway lands, adventures with compelling characters and an unexpected ending, she was very underappreciated. Over the 17 years, Tally went through garage sales, bookstores, and libraries, all to be left on the counter waiting for someone new to take her. Tally was a large red book that had a long pen mark down the middle of her cover, her insides had small rips and…

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    Banning Books

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    Why are Books banned? Why are books banned? There are many reasons why books are banned. For instance Language or racial issues. Violence or negativity even religious views or opinions in the book. In the Freedom Writers Diary all of these occur. I believe the Freedom Writers Diary should be banned in school. A few reasons why I think that this should be banned. Is because there is a lot of violence between each other. And a lot of bad language between race and also gangs. The freedom writes is…

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    Banning Books

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    Right to read Books can be challenged or banned at anytime when it is in a school’s library if a teacher, student, parent, or administrator thinks it is explicit or offensive in any way. Books get banned because of offensive language, sexually explicit, and unsuited to any age group. The Roman Catholic church began the Index Librorum Prohibitorum in 1559 which is a list of all the notorious banned books. Plato was the first to talk about the idea of banning books in 360 B.C., he said that…

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    Why Are Books Banned

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    Why are books banned? There are any reasons why books are banned. For instance there a lot of trouble on books for racial backgrounds and language. And one of these books are the freedom writer diary. This book should be banned for lower age groups in schools for bad language, gangs, and violence. There a lot of books that’s on the banned list this is just one of multiple books banned. One reason why the freedom writers diary should be banned in schools is that there a lot of bad language in…

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    Many popular books have been banned throughout time. The reasons vary but usually include the explicitness of the topics or language within the books. Controversy is all around us and books are not excluded from it. Many states, schools and communities rise up to get books banned. The intentions in doing this may come from a good place but is questionable whether it is truly necessary. Available research can demonstrate whether it is or not. Due to the lessons they teach, viewpoints they…

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    Banning Books In Schools

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    Banning books is a highly debated controversy. One book that is often being discussed is “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. Parents and teachers alike are concerned that the extreme themes will rub off on their children and provide their children with bad role models. Though “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” has bad language and racism, it is rich in vocabulary and other literary devices and should be taught in middle schools and high schools. Even though it has extreme themes, this particular book…

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