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Cait Rodenbeek Professor Otis ENG 122-003 28 February 2007 Final Paper Outline For our final paper I have decided to discuss book banning with an emphasis on how this affects students in public schools. The working thesis for this topic idea is, “Sometimes books are banned and more often than one would assume, but this conflicts with the Constitution’s freedom of speech.” We often times talk about censorship in the classroom, so I thought this might be an interesting to explore how a different aspect of media is influenced. Book banning seems to be such a dated issue but many teachers are forced to refrain from introducing students to certain books due to this issue. I think it is unfair to take away literature from growing minds. Although it would be inappropriate for young children to have privilege to pieces on sex or drugs, people have the right explore different things for themselves. Parents have a right to guide their children and if a teacher is proposing literature that does not suite that student’s needs
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