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To Kill a Mockingbird appealed despite accusations



Since its publication in 1960, Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” has proven provocative.

The American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom has had Lee’s classic on its Top 10 Most Challenged Books List at least four times since starting in 1990 to track challenges of book...

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  1. Cancel Culture run amok! To Kill a Mockingbird is an integral part of the civil rights movement in the South. The parent complaining is taking excerpts out of context. It is a pro civil rights book and it inspired many people in the civil rights movement. MLK praised the book.

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