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"Gone with the Wind" Should not be Banned

Summary: The history of the classic novel, "Gone with the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell and the periodic controversies that arise when schools consider banning it from their reading lists or libraries.
Gone With the Wind

The Middle Ages is also known as Dark Ages. It is so called because of restrictions placed on the freedom of thought and with aberrations punished as `heresy', and ideas away from the traditional looked upon with suspicion. New conceptions or knowledge gathered on the basis of new experiments became taboo if they came into conflict with the Church or contravened the Christian scriptures. This restriction on any new notions made the period a dark age. It required constant monitoring of people's thoughts and actions. This is exactly how our world today is acting. Society is trying to ban books just to limit how everyone else in the world thinks.

Every year, books in the U.S. and around the world are challenged. Some of the challenged books are banned some are not. The punishment for ignoring these bans range from almost nonexistent to...

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