It was the late 1940s, right in the midst of the Cold War. Competing ideologies of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia threatened the Western World. On the home front, in the golden valley of Los Angeles, prominent cultural leaders were suspected of pledging their allegiance abroad.
Feminist author claims pro-lifers are the villains.
It's a self-help book unlike any other. It's main purpose: to get you to silence that little voice inside of you that whines and justifies laziness.
He's no 007.
"Banned Books Week," as it's put on by the ALA, should be a commemoration of how we've struggled with government prohibition on literature and how tenuous our connection with freedom can be in this area.
Bad news for 2016?
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