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So- back when she was starting out at Mayor of little Wasilla, Alaska, in 1996, Palin not only fired anybody who she suspected of loyalty to her predecessor, but also asked the town librarian a couple times for consent to censor the library collection by discarding a few things. Sadly, we don't get to know what she wanted to throw out. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn? the sex education section? Everything by Judy Blume, especially "Forever"? We will never know.
Palin did not get her own way in this, because the librarian bravely refused her. Did Palin learn from this? Has her attitude towards censorship changed? We know that she opposes the use of public funds to teach teens about contraception, and that she also feels that "creation science" needs to be taught alongside evolution in public schools. She may have mellowed slightly on library censorship,Â but only because someone said no and made it stick.