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Book Banning Threatens Free Speech
John goes to a Catholic school that just banned his favorite book series, Harry Potter.
Can I please checkout the next Harry Potter book?
I'm sorry John, we just banned those books for being unchristian.
Mom, can you contact the school about getting Harry Potter unbanned, isn't that illegal?
Sorry, honey it actually is not illegal. Your school can ban books.
Mr. Principle, what does the ban mean. Am I never allowed to read Harry Potter, or just at school?
You are allowed to read Harry Potter wherever you want as long as it is not on schools property.
Mom, I asked the principle about the Harry Potter books and he said that I can still read them at home!
That's nice honey!
I'm going to start reading the next Harry Potter book in bed, because it is only banned at school and not by the government!
American Civil Liberties Union. "Book Banning Threatens Free Speech." Free Speech, edited by Scott Barbour, Greenhaven Press, 2000. Current Controversies. Gale In Context: Opposing Viewpoints,
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