To Kill A Mockingbird Banned

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In my judgment, the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” should not be banned from school districts. For instance, the novel does have offensive words like “nigger” but, the district can always do something about like have the students turn in permission slips or just block out the word from the book. Furthermore, the novel also has content that is affiliated with rape, but it presents this idea and concept in a mature way. It does not go into detail about the whole situation. It is only brought up because it has to do with the case. Instead, of parents seeing this as inappropriate for their children to read they should see it as something they should learn from. The parents only see the bad point of view of this particular information, but they

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