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There is a consistency to the debate over book censorship: Distress about change

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When I wrote about the issue, responses generally followed the tracks above. This was a slippery slope, some argued, or I was a book-burner. There was another common response, too, when I wrote about having received one of the books as a gift: This was a good opportunity for me to teach my son about America’s fraught racial history and the time when Seuss was writing. I demurred, assessing that my 4-year-old might not be ready for that discussion.

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