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Many Americans take their unrestricted access to literature for granted, not recognizing the power behind this freedom. The First Amendment allows US citizens to have freedom to read anything they want without censorship.
Banned Books Week Highlights Students' Freedom to Read
Liza Cooper (she/her), Opinions Editor • October 6, 2021

Sophia Russell, junior, reads the slip of paper in front of each file folder labeled “DANGER” from a display in the MHS library. The paper has hints about the book, such...

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