We’ve seen many banned books infographics already, but this one is special. It puts the censored books in a timeline so that you can see when and for how long the book was banned in a particular country.
The infographic was designed by Printer Inks, the online seller of toner and inkjet cartridges, and it also shows the list of books forbidden in schools, as well as ridiculous reasons to ban them.
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Via Laughing Squid.
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