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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Being in the crosshairs of censorship
Blume: Standing up for what's right is better than doing nothing

It can all start with "The Lorax."

For years, the Dr. Seuss children's book has landed on lists of banned books, or it has been challenged as too offensive for public viewing.

"Because it discriminated against the timber industry," said ReLeah Lent, a veteran educator and chairwoman of the National Teachers of English Anti-Censor...

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