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Joy Reid on book banning trend: ‘We should buy these books and give them as gifts’

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Banning books that teach the truth about American history, the Civil Rights Movement, and more is decried by Joy Reid in this edition of ‘The Absolute Worst.’ Responding to those seeking to limit access to such revelatory books, Joy Reid says, ‘I think we should buy these books even more and give them as gifts.’