Table of Contents:
- ch. 1. Should there be limits to free speech?
- 1. Limits must be imposed on free speech / Jonah Goldberg
- 2. Free speech must be protected / American Civil Liberties Union
- 3. Censorship should be used for the protection of children / Levin W. Saunders
- 4. Censorship is not an effective way to protect children / Charles Taylor
- 5. The press should practice self-censorship during times of crisis / Carlos A. Kelly
- 6. The press should not be censored during times of crisis / Anthony Lewis
- 7. Telemarketers should be censored / David Ebel
- 8. Censorship of telemarketers violates the First Amendment / Rodney Smolla
- ch. 2. Should the Internet be censored?
- 1. Internet filters should be used in libraries / William H. Rehnquist
- 2. Internet filters should not be used in libraries / Clarence Page
- 3. Internet pornography should be censored / J. Robert Flores
- 4. The government should not censor Internet pornography / Eugene Volokh
- 5. Regulations should be implemented to reduce spam / Charles E. Schumer
- 6. Regulations should not be implemented to reduce unwanted spam / Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.
- ch. 3. Has America's war on terrorism led to increased censorship?
- 1. The Patriot Act has led to increased censorship in the United States / Eleanor J. Bader
- 2. The Patriot Ace has not led to unnecessary censorship in the United States / John Ashcroft
- 3. The right to dissent has been threatened in the war on terrorism / Simon Houpt
- 4. The right to dissent has not been threatened in the war on terrorism / Bobby Eberle
- 5. The U.S. occupation of Iraq has resulted in Iraqi media censorship / Alex Gourevitch
- 6. The U.S. occupation of Iraq has resulted in Iraqi media freedom / Ilene R. Prusher
- ch. 4. Is freedom in the United States threatened by censorship?
- 1. Government regulation of broadcasters is a threat to freedom / Adam Thierer
- 2. Government regulation of broadcasters is necessary / Jonathan S. Adelstein
- 3. Censorship by media conglomerates threatens democracy / Gene Kimmelman
- 4. Current media ownership rules promote freedom of speech / Michael K. Powell
- 5. The proposed Flag Protection Amendment is a threat to liberty in America / Gary E. May
- 6. The proposed Flag Protection Amendment is not a threat to liberty in America / Patrick H. Brady.
- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-186) and index.
- 192 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Z658.U5 C433 2005
- 0737729252 (lib, alk. paper)
0737729260 (pbk., alk. paper)
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- International Article Number: 9780737729252
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