When heroes die by Penny Raife Durant
patrons, Seaside Library, Seaside Library Board
In this letter to the editor, William Douglas criticizes a patron's challenge to the book "When Heroes Die" as a threat to American's rights, including the freedom of speech and access to information. He encourages the Seaside Library Board to retain the book in question.
Shirley Gibbons, religious views, separation of church and State, homosexuality
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