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And while you're at it, please visit our new Facebook page for Reading Matters, our blog for reading for young people, edited by Jennifer Minicus from New Jersey. We hope that it will be a great place for carrying on conversations about the best books for kids.
And, when you are finished, don't miss Carolyn Moynihan's splendid article on the censorship of an advertisement of the Lord's Prayer placed by the Anglican Church in cinemas. It's not the government which is at fault but an advertising distribution agency. At a time when privatisation is all the rage, even censorship is being privatised.
|‘Do not put us to the test’: Anglicans defend the Lord’s Prayer|
Carolyn Moynihan | FEATURES | 24 November 2015
Why can’t moviegoers see a one-minute ad about praying?
|The soul of the West in eclipse|
David Daintree | FEATURES | 24 November 2015
A recent book asserts the primary importance of Christianity in the complex structure that we call Western civilization
|Rolling back mass surveillance|
Karl D. Stephan | FEATURES | 24 November 2015
Is it possible to regain privacy on the internet?
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