Judy Blume on Censorship

Liane speaks with author Judy Blume about a new collection of short stories titled "Places I Never Meant To Be." (Simon and Shuster) The book , edited by Blume, includes writers such as Norma Klein, Harry Mazer, Katherine Patterson and Paul Zindel. Liane and Blume discuss whether parents, in choosing what their own children may read, have the right to ask for certain titles to be banned from schools and public libraries.



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