OTHER OPINION: CENSORSHIP
“Slavery by Another Name,” a book by Wall Street Journal senior correspondent Douglas A. Blackmon, won a 2009 Pulitzer Prize for its historical account of the exploitation of African American prisoners in Southern states from the late 19th century until World War II. But the state of Alabama seems to regard the book as not so much a great work of nonfiction as a potential security threat.
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