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Banned Books

ASU Library Catalog: Hyperlinked Searches

Below is an alphabetical listing of hyperlinked subject heading searches of the ASU Library Catalog for concepts related to academic freedom, banned books, censorship, free speech and propaganda.

  • Simply select one of the below entries to be connected to all matching records (books, dissertations, government documents, journals, video) - in both print and electronic format - within the ASU Library Catalog.

Identifying Banned / Censored / Challenged Books: Part 1

Identifying Banned / Censored / Challenged Books: Part 2

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