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Author Karolides, Nicholas J.

Title Literature suppressed on political grounds / Nicholas J. Karolides ; preface by Ken Wachsberger.

Edition Revised edition.
Publication Info. New York : Facts On File, [2006]
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 95th Street Adult Nonfiction  098.1 KAR    AVAILABLE
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Description xxiii, 613 pages ; 24 cm
Series Banned books.
Facts on File library of world literature.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 555-573) and index.
Contents Works discussed in this volume : The affluent society (John Kenneth Galbraith) -- After such knowledge, what forgiveness? : my encounters with Kurdistan (Jonathan C. Randal) -- The age of Keynes (Robert Lekachman) -- All quiet on the Western front (Erich Maria Remarque) -- America in legend (Richard M. Dorson) -- American civics (William H. Hartley and William S. Vincent) -- The American pageant : a history of the republic (Thomas A. Bailey) -- Andersonville (MacKinlay Kantor) -- Animal farm (George Orwell) -- Areopagitica (John Milton) -- Black boy (Richard Wright) -- Bloods : an oral history of the Vietnam War by black veterans (Wallace Terry) -- Born on the Fourth of July (Ron Kovic) -- Boss : Richard J. Daley of Chicago (Mike Royko) -- Burger's daughter (Nadine Gordimer) -- Bury my heart at Wounded Knee (Dee Brown) -- Bus stop, Chezhan (Gao Xingjian) -- By way of deception : the making and unmaking of a Mossad officer (Victor Ostrovsky and Claire Hoy) -- Cancer ward (Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn) -- Cat's cradle (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.) -- The China lobby in American politics (Ross Y. Koen) -- The CIA and the cult of intelligence (Victor Marchetti and John D. Marks) -- Citizen Tom Paine (Howard Fast) -- The commercial restraints of Ireland considered (John Hely-Hutchinson) -- Comparative politics today : a world view (Gabriel A. Almond, general editor) -- Cry Amandla! (June Goodwin).
Das Kapital (Karl Marx) -- Daughter of earth (Agnes Smedley) -- The day they came to arrest the book (Nat Hentoff) -- Decent interval (Frank Snepp) -- Did six million really die? The truth at last (Richard Harwood) -- Doctor Zhivago (Boris Pasternak) -- The Drapier's letters (Jonathan Swift) -- A dry white season (Andre Brink) -- Du Pont : behind the nylon curtain (Gerard Colby Zilg) -- Fail-safe (Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler) -- Fields of fire (James Webb) -- The fragile flag (Jane Langton) -- The fugitive, Perburuan (Pramoedya Ananta Toer) -- Fugitives, Taowang (Gao Xingjian) -- The grapes of wrath (John Steinbeck) -- The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 (Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn) -- Gulliver's travels (Jonathan Swift) -- Handbook for conscientious objectors (Robert A. Seeley, editor) -- The hoax of the twentieth century (Arthur R. Butz) -- I am the cheese (Robert Cormier) -- Inside Russia today (John Gunther) -- Inside the company : CIA diary (Philip Agee) -- In the spirit of Crazy Horse (Peter Matthiessen) -- An introduction to problems of American culture (Harold O. Rugg) -- The invisible government (David Wise and Thomas B. Ross) -- It can't happen here (Sinclair Lewis) -- Johnny got his gun (Dalton Trumbo) -- A journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow (Aleksandr Nikolaevich Radishchev) -- Julie of the wolves (Jean Craighead George) -- The jungle (Upton Sinclair) -- Keeping faith : memoirs of a president (Jimmy Carter).
The land and people of Cuba (Victoria Ortiz) -- Land of the free : a history of the United States (John W. Caughey, John Hope Franklin, and Ernest R. May) -- Laughing boy (Oliver La Farge) -- El libro negro de la justicia Chilena, The black book of Chilean justice (Alejandra Matus).-- The man died : prison notes of Wole Soyinka (Wole Soyinka) -- The manifesto of the Communist Party (Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels) -- Marxism versus Socialism (Vladimir G. Simkhovitch) -- Mein Kampf (Adolf Hitler) -- Les Miserables (Victor Hugo) -- My brother Sam is dead (James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier) -- My name is Asher Lev (Chaim Potok) -- My people : the story of the Jews (Abba Eban) -- Nelson and Winnie Mandela (Dorothy Hoobler and Thomas Hoobler) -- 1984 (George Orwell) -- Novel without a name (Duong Thu Huong) -- Oil! (Upton Sinclair) -- One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich (Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn) -- One people, one destiny : the Caribbean and Central America today (Don Rojas) -- The open sore of a continent : a personal narrative of the Nigerian crisis (Wole Soyinka) -- Our land, our time : a history of the United States (Joseph Robert Conlin) -- Paradise of the blind (Duong Thu Huong) -- The patriot, Ha patriot (Hanoch Levin) -- The queen of the bathtut, Malkat Ambatya (Hanoch Levin) -- The politics of dispossession (Edward W. Said) -- The prince (Niccolo Machiavelli).
Principles of nature (Elihu Palmer) -- Promise of America (Larry Cuban and Philip Roden) -- Report of the Siberian delegation (Leon Trotsky) -- The rights of man (Thomas Paine) -- Russia (Vernon Ives) -- Secrecy and democracy : the CIA in transition (Stansfield Turner) -- El señor presidente, The president (Miguel Angel Asturias) -- Slaughterhouse-five, or the children's crusade (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.) -- Spycatcher (Peter Wright) -- The state and revolution (Vladimir I. Lenin) -- Strong wind, Viento fuerte (Miguel Angel Asturias) -- The green pope, El papa verde (Miguel Angel Asturias) -- The struggle is my life (Nelson Mandela) -- A summary view of the rights of British America (Thomas Jefferson) -- Sylvester and the magic pebble (William Steig) -- Ten days that shook the world (John Reed) -- The things they carried (Tim O'Brien) -- This earth of mankind child of all nations (Pramoedya Ananta Toer) -- 365 days (Ronald J. Glasser) -- Today's isms : communism, fascism, capitalism, socialism (William Ebenstein) -- The ugly American (William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick) -- Uncle Tom's cabin (Harriet Beecher Stowe) -- United States-Vietnam relations, 1945-1967, The Pentagon papers (U.S. Department of Defense) -- Waiting (Ha Jin) -- Why are we in Vietnam? (Norman Mailer) -- Words of conscience : religious statements on conscientious objection (A. Stauffer Curry, editor, first edition ; Shawn Perry, editor, ninth edition).
Subject Censorship -- History -- 20th century.
Prohibited books -- History -- 20th century.
Censorship -- History.
Prohibited books -- History.
Communication in politics -- History -- 20th century.
Communication in politics.
Added Author Wachsberger, Ken.
Added Title Political grounds
ISBN 0816062706
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