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Fight Censorship

Your article on student freedom of expression ["The Big Chill,'' November/December] does a great job in its focus on the student press, but it's important to note that all school functions that deal with expression are at risk of narrow-minded censorship. Books read in English classes, drama productions, and speech contest topics are just as susceptible to censorship as student publications. Too often, we focus on each of these separately and only when problems occur.

Vol. 03, Issue 04, Page 1-24

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