Five Lessons from Censored: A Literary History of Subversion and Control in the National Post
From the reveiw:
The ever-evolving battle between those who think the masses need protecting from dangerous ideas and those who would make knowledge free and accessible has raged for as long as books have been printed. Censored: A Literary History of Subversion and Control, collects 25 case studies, starting in the early days of the printing press, and covers everything from early smut to modern comic books.
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