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As the articles in this issue attest, we have had some success in various court cases recently. We would like to thank the attorneys who represented us in those cases and the readers who assisted in bringing the censorship cases. Unfortu-nately, despite our continued courtroom success, we still face censorship problems around the country and have to con-front the implacable efforts of government censors. If your copies of PLN are censored please send us the documentation indicating the censorship as all too often we are not informed of the censorship.
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