One particular English teacher wanted to have her students read The Catcher in the Rye, but was aware of the profanity described in the novel. Worried that the parents might oppose, she asked permission of the parents, and most of them seemed fine with it. Of course, later on, someone complained and the school board voted to ban the book from being read in the district.
The teacher made a point that censorship does not make bad things go away, it just prolongs the time before their kids would be exposed to it, if anything. …
- Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren
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