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  1. I would never deny the artist the right to create...

    I would never deny the artist the right to create whatever worlds (metaphorically) he wants to create, and write about them however he wants to write about them. I could equally ask, who am I to...
  2. The difference is that by making ANY choice for...

    The difference is that by making ANY choice for required reading you are "excluding" all other books from being required. As I said in my first post, the strange thing about the Alaska case is that...
  3. No books were banned -- they were just excluded...

    No books were banned -- they were just excluded from a school's curriculum (this may constitute "censorship", but not "banning".)

    When you objected to "the censorship of human sexuality" it was...
  4. Societies from time immemorial have tried...

    Societies from time immemorial have tried (unsuccessfully) to "censor human sexuality". Perhaps we can all agree that some forms of human sexuality should be outlawed (censored is the wrong word)....
  5. The NYT article is not about censorship. It is...

    The NYT article is not about censorship. It is about who should determine school curricula: the teachers and principals (i.e. the professionals), or the School Board (who are elected officials). ...
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