You know what? About Margaret Mitchell's book, Gone With the Wind... Now I'm not sure about the book, but when the movie was made, it wasn't really well accepted in the USA, because of the portrait it made of the slaves. According to it, the slaves lived happily in their masters' mansion, and this was not so. The slaves were really ill-treated in the South, had to work all day and didn't have any rights. The utopic portrait the movie makes about slavery in the Southern States (like I said, I don't know about the book because I haven't read it) really upset the people. So now the movie is not very much on the American televisions.