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Alice Munro: Censors think "if we don't write about sex, it will disappear"

"As soon as one step is taken you have to start resisting."

On Jan. 19, 1979 Alice Munro talked censorship on CBC's Take 30. "I think that as soon as one step is taken you have to start resisting because that makes the next step easier." (Screen capture)

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