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Opinion: Letter to the Editor: Book banning discussions have diverted attention from other issues

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It seems that a discussion has emerged in the community about what literature is appropriate for schools, with “To Kill a Mockingbird” taking front and cent...

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  1. Yes, I agree Katie, that is was a shame that someone lied and said there was a complaint about To Kill a Mockingbird.
    No one that we can find has ever complained about that book, which is considered a modern classic. There is all the difference in the world when a book describes bad as bad and when a book describes bad things as just alternate
    lifestyles or challenges. A true classic steers our children in the direction of good over evil with societal improvement
    the end goal.

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