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Censorship

Summary: At the end of Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, readers should wonder what if, all the censoring the government and censors are trying to establish actually brings the nation to a totalitarian government like the one read in Fahrenheit 451. With this thought we can then realize that what people read, write, or see cannot be censored because it is always in their minds.
"Censorship": why your breaking my rights

"Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press (U.S. Constitution)." Throughout the ages, censorship has shown up in various forms ranging from printed works to television and the Internet. It can have the positive effect of protecting children from things they are too immature to view, but it can also have negative effects. Censorship may even suppress new and different ideas, keeping them from being made public. It may also set limitations, which stifle the creativity of authors and prevent them from thoroughly expressing their ideas. However it states the government should not censor the people of this country. In the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury the people in the town of Phoenix were censored.

A censor is an official or government entity that removes or restricts books, plays, the news media, etc. in order...

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