“The books weren’t banned. Dr. Seuss Enterprises decided to stop printing six of them, and a company deciding which of its own books it will or won’t print is an example of free enterprise, not fascism,” argued John Oliver.
Six Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published because of their use of offensive imagery, according to the business that oversees the author’s estate.
“These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” Dr. Seuss Enterprise said.
Dr. Seuss Enterprise announced the decision to stop publishing six books including ‘And To Think I Saw It On Mulberry Street’ and ‘If I Ran The Zoo’ due to racially insensitive images. @rehemaellis reports.