Tennessee school board removes ‘adult-oriented’ graphic novel about the Holocaust

A Tennessee school board voted to remove the graphic novel “Maus” from an eighth grade language arts curriculum due to concerns that the book’s profanity, nudity, violence and suicide make the book “too adult-oriented” for school. The book’s author has condemned the move as “Orwellian,” but a rabbi defended the move in comments to Fox News Digital.
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