Censorship: Abelard, Peter-Front, The
L. J. Amey
Salem Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Reference - 905 pages
In its 997 alphabetically arranged essays, this set presents "every dimension of censorship: its targets and victims; its perpetrators and defenders; its rationale; and its subject matter."--Page vi.
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