Censorship

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Censorship
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And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street is a children book made by Dr Seuss, it released on December 21, 1937. In 2021 people, generally those on the left, began calling for it to be banned due to "perceived racist imagery".

Censorship[]

International Censorship[]

  • In 2021 the publisher that prints the book announced it is no longer going to be printing new books due to the racist imagery it contains. The book has also been banned and removed from the shelves in a number of American schools.
  • Ebay has banned the book, all listings that had the book being sold were removed.

It was met with overwhelmingly negative reactions from the right-wing, calling it a form of wokeism and "cancel culture".

Where to find it uncensored[]

You can still buy it (it is now more difficult to find a copy nowadays), but they will no longer make any new copies.

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