Role Of Censorship In Fahrenheit 451

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The United States Government is finding new ways to censor citizen’s freedom. Are they taking it too far by removing online content and books that might be considered offensive to the general public. The government should not take away offensive reading content for three reasons. Firstly all citizens should not be limited to what books they are allowed to read considering we have been granted freedom from the government with the first Amendment. Secondly, books are people’s best teachers and provide real life knowledge for kids and adults who are trying to comprehend subjects that we not taught throughout the many years of education. Finally content and books serve the greater good and allow all people to learn, come together and be inspired. Content and books serve a prominent purpose in this nation and are the reason that many people’s voices and opinions were heard much like the creation of the constitution, which gives the government no reason to take books and online content away. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and the Censorship article by Fox News present this …show more content…

Although these two pieces of content are different they both share many similarities such as addressing the upcoming issue of government censorship in current events and the many similarities between them. Fahrenheit 451 and the news article both describe the many issues with government censorship some examples include online government monitoring in “the article”. This is an issue for people personal privacy which is an invasion of privacy and limits people’s personal freedoms. This example is a current event that has been happening all over the United States even google has admitted send search information to the U.S government every ten year as said it the article. Fahrenheit 451 relates

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