While reading the censorship section of the text, it has referred me back to a class I took about how books were censored. We talked about Anthony Comstock and how he had banned books that were deemed inappropriate- such a offensive and indecent materials. He went on a crusade to ban the books that had any sexual themes in them. This crusade was called "comstockery" Doing this, he caused fear and hatred in himself by authors who wrote explicitly sexual text. Some authors were even driven to suicide by his tactics.
This ties in with chapter 2’s section on censorship, because it just shows the readers that even though we have freedom of the press, there are still topics that are sensitive to different readers and authors have to be wary of writing what can get their book banned.
Example of a young adult book that was banned in public schools: Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell