Does banning books always equal censorship? In the last 32 years, over 11,000 books have been "challenged" in the U.S., meaning groups have tried to remove or restrict them from curriculums and libraries. Few of these challenges actually result in a ban. But what about books like "Mein Kampf"? Banned in Germany since 1945, Hitler's infamous treatise is now in the public domain (yet Jewish advocacy groups still object to its reprinting). Should certain books be banned? 📚 🔥
Is it ever okay to ban books?
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