Why Was of Mice and Men Banned?

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The book titled Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck has been banned from most public schools because it is said to contain profanity and generally offensive language. It is also said to promote euthanasia and the use of racial slurs.
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Because it had excessive cursing.
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Of Mice And Men was first banned from May 1983 to May 1984, and also in 1993
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Hiya, Of Mice and Men has been banned from various American public and school libraries or curricula for allegedly "promoting euthanasia" being "anti-business"
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The main irony in "Of Mice and Men" is Lennie's death, at the end of the novel. George feels obliged to kill Lennie because of his love for him. The other ranch hands are
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