Free speech for me--but not for thee : how the American left and right relentlessly censor each other / Nat Hentoff
- Hentoff, Nat
- New York : HarperPerennial, 1993.
- Copyright Date:
- 1st HarperPerennial ed.
- Physical Description:
- 405 pages ; 21 cm
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- The right to read a book with "niggers" in it -- The right not to read a book with whores in it -- The thought police, with the very best of intentions -- The education of Yale in the glories of free speech -- The pall of orthodoxy on the nation's campuses -- Speech wars among women -- Law schools that require loyalty oaths -- Sweet land of liberty -- When decent people try to ban speech for the common good -- The dangerous free marketplace of ideas -- Obscenity, and how it did in Lenny Bruce -- The gospel according to Catharine MacKinnon -- Bringing the First Amendment (live!) into the schools.
- 0060995106 (pbk)
- "Aaron Asher books."
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