Isn’t book banning retro?

No. As The Birmingham News reports:

According to the ALA’s office for intellectual freedom, there were 420 documented attempts to ban books from libraries nationwide last year, and up to four times as many unreported attempts”. What gets banned? “Topping the list typically are novels written for young adults, and fantasy books such as the Harry Potter series. The Potter books are the most commonly banned books so far this century.

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