The Right to Read

Holliday, Heather
April 2002
Scholastic Scope;4/8/2002-4/22/2002, Vol. 50 Issue 15/16, p29
Examines the rights of students to read in the U.S. Assessment on book-banning attempts; Criticisms on the content of offensive books; Provisions of freedom of speech and the freedom from insults.


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