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the destruction of writings of which the subject, the view of the author, or the like is considered politically or socially objectionable: used as a means of censorship or oppression.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Retracting a paper due to selection methods not as described in the paper is not at all the same as
It was also a year of nasty politics, state censorship and
If they can identify you as a right wing troll, maybe you'll get enticements to the local gun show or
However, if the goal of the
was to control people's thoughts, then it was a success.
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