The Censorship Of Art

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Things were not always so. Government had very little to say about censoring anything. Was it not only three decades ago that as one nation the population was united by the ideals of peace love, and harmony? As an art student in the 60's era, Robert Mansfield states in his article, Artistic Freedom: government challenge "the first amendment was seldom an issue of concern?In fact it seemed that boundaries of expression were governed only by individual creative ability intellect and imagination"...
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Where have these ideals gone? It seems in recent years they have disappeared with the freedom of thought. Why is it so important to some people not to offend? It seems the people easily offended are the ones deciding what is acceptable for the population. "Well about a decade ago when the nation debated about funding controversial art," writes John Cloud of TIME magazine, "in the capital of crude, few people consider rude art a problem...
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