Books on Censorship Available at the Olean Public Library

20 Years of Censored News. Carl Jensen and Project Censored. New York: Seven Stories Press, 1997.  (323.445 J)

50 Ways to Fight Censorship & Important Facts to Know About the Censors. Dave Marsh.  New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press, 1991.  (363.31 M)

A Universal History of the Destruction of Books: From Ancient Sumer to Modern Iraq. Fernando Baez.  New York: Atlas and Co., 2008.  (098.109 B)

American Voices: Prize-winning Essays on Freedom of Speech, Censorship & Advertising Bans. New York: Philip Morris, USA, 1987. (323.445 A)

Banned Books: 387 B.C. to 1978 A.D. Anne Lyon Haight and Chandler B. Grannis.  New York:  R.R. Bowker Company, 1978.  (098.1 H)

Banned Plays: Censorship Histories of 125 Stage Dramas. Dawn B. Sova.  New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2004. (792.09 S)

Book Banning. Ronnie D. Lankford, editor.  New York: The Gale Group, 2008.  (363.31 B)

Books on Fire: The Destruction of Libraries throughout History. Lucien X. Polastron.  Rochester, Vermont:  Inner Traditions, 2004.  (027.009 P)

Books on Trial: Red Scare in the Heartland. Shirley A. and Wayne A. Wiegand.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.  (345.766 W)

Censored 2004: The Top 25 Censored Stories. Peter Phillips and  Project Censored.  New York: Seven Stories Press, 2003. (323.445 P)

Censorship. Andrea C. Nakaya, editor.  New York: Thomson Gale, 2005.  (363.31 C)

Current Controversies:  Censorship. Julia Bauder, editor.  New York: Thomson Gale, 2007.  (363.31 C)

Censorship or Freedom of Expression? Nancy Day.  Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2001.  (Y 363.31 D)

Censorship: The Threat to Silence Talk Radio. Brian Jennings.  New York: Threshold Editions, 2009.  (343.73 J)

Dark Days in the Newsroom: McCarthyism Aimed at the Press. Edward Alwood.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2007.  (973.921 A)

Fighting for the First Amendment: Stanton of CBS vs. Congress and the Nixon White House. Corydon B. Dunham.  Connecticut: Praeger, 1997.  (323.445 D)

Free Speech for Me – But Not for Thee: How the American Left and Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other. Nat Hentoff.  New York:  Harper Collins, 1992.  (342.73 H)

Forbidden Films: Censorship History of 125 Motion Pictures. Dawn B. Sova.  New York: Facts on File, 2001.  (363.31 S)

Girls Lean Back Everywhere: The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on Genius. Edward de Grazia.  New York: Vintage Books, 1993.  (344.73 D)

Not in Front of the Children: “Indecency,” Censorship, and the Innocence of Youth. Marjorie Heins.  New York:  Hill and Wang, 2001. (303.376 H)

Obscene in the Extreme: The Burning and Banning of John’s Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath. Rick Wartzman.  New York: Public Affairs, 2008.  (813.52 W)

Parental Advisory: Music Censorship in America. Eric Nuzum.  New York: Harper Collins, 2001.  (306.484 N)

The Age of Anxiety: McCarthyism to Terrorism. Haynes Johnson.  New York: Harcourt, Inc., 2005.  (973.921 J)

The Age of McCarthyism: A Brief History with Documents. Ellen Schrecker.  New York: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2002.  (973.921 S)

The McCarthy Hearings. Philip Brooks.  Chicago:  Heinemann Library, 2004.  (J 973.921 B)

The North Star: A Motion Picture About Some Russian People. Lillian Hellman.  New York: Viking Press, 1943.  (812 H)

The Poem that Changed America: “Howl” Fifty Years Later. Jason Shinder.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2006.  (811.54 P)

Trial by Television: The Army-McCarthy Hearings. Michael Straight.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 1954. (973.92 S)

What Johnny Shouldn’t Read: Textbook Censorship in America. Joan Delfattore.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992.  (379.156 D) SBU Author

Operation Hollywood: How the Pentagon Shapes and Censors the Movies. David L. Robb.  New York: Prometheus Books, 2004.  (363.31 R)

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