Banned Books Week: Why these 10 classics got kicked out of class

10. The Jungle

Upton Sinclair couldn't please either side of the political spectrum with his brutal tale of labor conditions in the United States. "The Jungle" was burned by the Nazis in 1933 because its "socialist views" – and then banned in East Germany in 1956 as "inimical to communism."

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