The war over free speech in America’s public schools and libraries is being waged today by groups that include students, parents, teachers, professors, legislators, lawyers and judges.

As panelists at a recent conference said, some states’ desires to control what is taught in public schools and colleges, and what books are included in public libraries, have pushed legislators to pass laws that have been challenged in court.

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