For an event like this, it never hurts to have a cause célèbre, and this year, organizers needn't have gone very far in search of one. They just had to turn to Twitter, where people have been rallying behind the young-adult author Laurie Halse Anderson, whose best-selling 1999 novel, "Speak," has found itself at the center of a heated censorship debate.
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