The American Library Association is a radical leftist organization. And Little House on the Prairie, from its very origins, was a conservative narrative. A story about family, faith and hard work.
Laura’s daughter who helped her work on the books was one of the three great female libertarian figures. And the books posed an implicit challenge to FDR’s New Deal and its vision of total government dependency. Unlike Annie, another anti-FDR text that was successfully transformed into a ringing endorsement of the great progressive dictator, the books couldn’t be warped.
But lately voices accusing the books of the ur sin of bigotry have been rising. When I visited a Chicago exhibit on the books, there was an obligatory display deploring the language of the books.
So this purge was inevitable.
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