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Should libraries determine whether the book "Shades of Grey" will or will not be on their shelves?


It has been reported that some libraries are removing "Shades of Grey" from their shelves. Is it appropriate for libraries to determine whether a given book will or will not be available? Should it be dependent upon book content, type of library or age range of patrons?

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    Laura Schneider 4 years ago

    Freedom of Speach--a 1st ammendment right. The more chances we take by giving it away to someone else, the easier it is to lose again. Keep the book on the shelves. Don't give up your rights so easily. Behind the desk=censorship. Popular opinion=law.

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