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Cormier discusses his feelings of helplessness in censorship battles. He also expresses his admiration for the teachers and librarians who support his writing and share it with young readers.

Jan Wallace requests advice on how to talk to a Catholic parent about Fade's literary value.

Thanks and commiseration with a teacher facing a censorship battle.

A speech on self-censorship and parenting serves as Cormier's response to censorship attempts of The Chocolate War.
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