To Judge a Book by its Cover
For as long as the quill has been able to catch thoughts on paper, writers have created socially disturbing material. Years ago, the acceptability of a book was either met by beheading the writer, or honoring him with a seat at the queen’s table. How times have changed. America, home to freedom of intellect, speech, and expression, has created an environment that allows objectionable material within easy
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of America's children from the gutters of America’s libraries.
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IV. Opposing Argument