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note: Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy is the official journal of the Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF), an office of the American Library Association.
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note: This journal, published by the American Library Association, highlights books that are banned or censored in some way. Use this link to search for a particular title that you are interested in.
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Banned in the USA: A reference Guide to Book censorship in Schools and Public Libraries - Print Location = Ref Z658 U5 F64 2002
Literature Suppressed on Political Grounds - Print location = Ref Z658 U5 K57 2006
Literature Suppressed on Social Grounds - Print location = Ref Z658 U5 S69 2006
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