Calls for Burning “Obscene” School Textbooks in Historical Context

Where they burn books, they will also ultimately burn people

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By Warren Blumenfeld

The Tennessee House passed a measure that would require an expanded state textbook commission charged with policing school library selections to review the collections in every Tennessee school library for…

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