Rage Purchasing ‘Maus’ Is Not Going To Help Anyone

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Book banning is a wickedly cruel and cowardly thing to do. In an era when the words “free speech” are weaponized to defend even the grossest ideas (racism, sexism, antisemitism, take the red pill, etc.), it seems particularly insidious and hypocritical that anyone from the right would advocate for censorship by removing books from libraries. And yet here we are.

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