Letters to the editor: About 'comic books' - continued
The Milwaukie Review
This is a letter from a local pharmacy owner in reaction to condemnation he received by this newspaper over the comic books he was selling. He states that he does not carry any comics that he would not sell to his own children, and that more mature reading material is separated from the children's section. He states that he believes that the paper should not be throwing out such opinions and condemnation.
pharmacy, censorship, comic books, comic sales, values, Raymond E. Renfrow, The Milwaukie Review
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