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Ruth Graham, in a Slate piece entitled, Banned Books Week is a Crock, argued that censorship is no longer a problem in the United States. Censorship laws are nearly extinct, and if your local library doesn't have the book...well, you can always find it online. "This Banned Books Week," writes Graham, "instead of hand-wringing about a nonexistent wave of censorship, let’s celebrate the obvious: The books won." But have they? Michelle Anne Schingler responds on BookRiot: "'Better than before' seems to me an inadequate measuring stick when we’re discussing the availability of books, particularly in our schools and libraries...I want all readers and seekers to have the same access to books that I was privileged enough to have growing up: total."
Trevor Noah has delivered his first episode as host of The Daily Show. Reviews are mixed but mostly positive.
Wanna spend Christmas at Hogwarts? Well, now you can spend December 3rd at the Great Hall at Harry Potter Studios with a dinner, drinks, a tour, and so much more!