Huck Finn's Wording Of Words

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To some the “N” word gets in the way of the story’s powerful message against slavery. To others, Twains simply capturing the way people use to talk back then. I for one, think that schools should keep the book with the “N” word. For this reason, to stay true to Twain’s words is this. We’ve been reading “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “Tom Sawyer” for a long period of time and it hasn’t stopped us from passing political rights, law giving, ending discrimination in public schools, passing the Voting Rights Act, engaging in multicultural relations, or electing nonwhite governmental administrators, including our current president. So why, suddenly need to change Twain’s wording of books? Our minds are always trying to make sense of our
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