Russ propaganda ban turned down by school board
The Oregon Journal (Portland)
a USSR pamphlet of propaganda
school board, superindendent
It was determined that as long as it was labeled as propaganda then the pamphlet should not be censored.
The superintendent, director, and chairman of a school district discussed the possibility of censoring a pamphlet of propaganda from the USSR. The concensus was that if it was clearly labeled as propaganda then it should be allowed in the library. The superintendent stated that censorship would arouse more interest, and that a free society has nothing to fear from a pamphlet.
USSR magazine, censorship, propaganda, high school libraries, political view, values