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  • Conservative censorship is illiberal and reactionary in intent, often aimed at books that discuss contemporary issuesLiberal censorship amounts to social whitewashing, often seeking to remove items with racist or sexist content, even when the items are historical, as in the case of Huck Finn. Censors never see themselves as censors more like moral guardians.

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  • Sexual content Sexism and misogyny Violence Lack of cultural sensitivity Protection of children Sexuality issues Explicit language Racism and racial stereotypes American Library Association. (n.d.) Challenges by Reason, Initiator & Institution for 1990-99 and 2000-09.
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