Why Was Go Ask Alice Banned?

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'Go Ask Alice' is a book about the life of a troubled teenage girl. The book was banned because of its numerous and strong references to sex, drug abuse and teen pregnancy. It was published under the byline 'Anonymous' however it largely contains the work of Beatrice Sparks, an American therapist and Mormon.
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The novel Go Ask Alice was banned due to graphic depictions of teenage drug use, sexual situations, and harsh language. It is one of the most banned and challenged young adult novels.
Go Ask Alice song is by Jefferson Airplane with lyrics describing drug use. It makes references to taking pills that make one experience different sensations. There are also references to some characters in the story Alice in Wonderland.
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