Banned Books Readout courts controver...

Banned Books Readout courts controversy, touts freedom

There are 1 comment on the Daily Press & Argus story from Sep 20, 2012, titled Banned Books Readout courts controversy, touts freedom. In it, Daily Press & Argus reports that:

Beginning Sept. 30, the Cromaine District Library in Hartland Township will again observe Banned Books Week.

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“NOW will ya give me”

Since: Sep 12

some fightin' room ? !

#1 Sep 20, 2012
Once again, I say that when someone publishes a webpage dealing with the news, they should always put on the page the city, state, and country, so that a reader knows where something is taking place and wether it's relevant to him or her, instead of leaving the reader guessing.

For all we know this story could be about the People's Socialist Demokratik Republik Of Kanada or some other god-forsaken country nobody ever heard of anyways.

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