Throughout history, societies have placed limits on expression-from the trial of Socrates to Internet software filters. Does some speech go too far? If so, who decides where the limits should be? Censorship takes a balanced look at the often difficult choices between individual and group rights.
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-- School Library Journal (October 2001)
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