The book—which was published in the U.S. on February 18, 1885—is a subversive confrontation of slavery and racism. It remains one of the most loved, and most banned, books in American history.
Paper stands guard over your history. Exhibit A: The National Archives, which houses 10 billion pages of textual records. The papers you’ve amassed throughout your life are just as important to you as the Declaration of Independence.