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Banning Books: Nazism in The New Millennium  

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Book banning! Are these people serious! The arrogance of the human condition never ceases to amaze me.

If the content of any document or publication or book, insults the moral sensibilities of a person or group then, don't read them. It's not rocket science or do they want to ban that too.

This movement of banning books reeks sulfur akin to Hitler's book bonfires and is quite nauseating.

This is the new Millennium, an era where progress is "King" and "Queen" yet,there's a group of throw-backs who want to limit the right to freedom of the press and free speech.

Personally, I may not like what someone says or writes however, I will defend their right to say it.

I found a post about Book Banning on Certifiably Random blog and became outraged.

Google Books is joining with Libraries and Bookstores to expand the universe of books people can discover.

Some of the books that are being challenged or banned just blew me away: George Orwell's 1984, Toni Morrison's Beloved, John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath and more.

American Library Association is winding down their celebration to read event ending October 3.

Don't let this event stop there. Stand up and be heard.

Stop the "knuckle-dragging-throw-backs" from regressing society back to blatant tyranny and totalitarianism.

U.S Most-Commonly challenged -- BOOKS

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