I found this blog for another library school's intellectual freedom class (of particular interest to me because I'm currenly enrolled in a similar course). But this is a post by one of the students about book censorship,
The statistic that at least a book a day is challenged is sort of scary. And since the history of Anthony Comstock was so prevelent in the book Purity in Print, I especially liked the question about if interlibrary loans could fall subject to the 1873 Comstock laws. Something to think about the next time you order a book!
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