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Censorship
Author: c_richardson
 

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English
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3 (standart text format)
Type:
Essay
Category:
Sociology
Published:
04.11.2002.
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7 Kb
Paper ID:
659565

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CENSORSHIP
The Great Gatsby. To Kill a Mockingbird. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Marsh, 37-41). These books and many more have all been challenged and or banned in the last one hundred years. Many great novels, music artists, and internet sites are censored every day in our nation's public schools. Censorship has become a huge problem in the schools of the United States.
Censorship is defined as "the institution, system, or practice of" supervising the conduct and morals of others (Webster, 220). This is a rather loose definition of something that controls so many parts of the lives o...

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