Censorship thrives in the USA

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  1. u2scram

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    Oct 26, 2010
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    Who Is Banning Books and Authors?

    Censorship is closely linked to propaganda and political indoctrination. it is an attempt to halt the spread of ideas that you fear whilst instilling propaganda into peoples minds.

    Censors and Bookbanners in the United States:

    Anti-Defamation League
    Barnes and Noble, bookseller, San Diego, California
    Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
    Christian Voters League
    Columbus Metropolitan Library
    Comstock, Anthony - special agent for the U.S. Post Office
    Concerned Women for America - Beverly LaHay, president
    Drake, North Dakota - school board
    Dworkin, Andrea - feminist writer
    Educational Research Analysts - Mel & Norma Gabler, founders
    Graves County, Kentucky school board
    Lake Lanier Regional Library system in Gwinnett County, Georgia
    MacKinnon, Catherine - feminist
    Marion High School, Foxworth, Missippi
    McCarthy, Joseph R. - U.S. Senator
    Meese Commission
    National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored Peole (NAACP)
    National Assn. of Christian Educators (Robert Simonds, founder)
    National Federation of Decency (Rev. Donald Wildmon, exec. dir.)
    National Security Agency (NSA)
    New England Watch and Ward Society
    Olathe, Kansas - school system
    Parade Magazine - national magazine
    Rafferty, Max - CA superintendent of public instruction (1963)
    Rib Lake, Wisconsin - school board
    Roberts, Cokie - ABC News Commentator
    Roman Catholic Church - Index of Prohibited Books
    Sixty Minutes, CBS News Program Feature Story on Internet
    Stahl, Leslie - 60 Minutes News Commentator
    Talmadge, Eugene - governor of Georgia (1941)
    U.S. Bureau of Customs
    U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
    U.S. Information Agency (USIA)
    U.S. Justice Department
    U.S. Postal Service
    U.S. Treasury Department
    West Marion High School in Foxworth, Mississippi by School Superintendent

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