The burning of a book is recognizably powerful action�a fiery rejection of an ideology or a declaration of a text�s moral offense. But, since the invention of the printing press in the sixteenth century, the act of burning a book has become mostly symbolic�very rarely can a book�s content be expunged from the written record. In this heavily illustrated book, Kenneth Baker
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