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We like to think only the most illiberal believe in censorship–those leaders of mobs whose authoritarian impulses are often masked by their expressed concerns for shielding humanity from harm–but all sorts of people in our country have a long history of burning literature and discarding art if they find it too offensive for the public […]
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