Censorship / Ronald D. Lankford, book editor.

Explores the issues surrounding censorship. Presents diversity of opinion on the topic, including both conservative and liberal points of view in an even balance.

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Bibliographic Details
Online Access: Access E-Book
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Corporate Author: Gale (Firm)
Other Authors: Lankford, Ronald D., 1962- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, [2010]
Series:Issues that concern you.
Table of Contents:
  • Parents should censor the Internet for children / Amanda Paulson
  • The government should censor the Internet for children / Robert Peters
  • Talk radio should be censored / John Halpin ... [and others]
  • Talk radio should not be censored / Brian Jennings, interviewed by Al Peterson
  • The U.S. military censors movies / David L. Robb
  • Hollywood self-censors movies / John Pilger
  • Internet providers should not aid government censors / Rebecca MacKinnon
  • Internet providers may benefit more people by working with government censors / PR Week
  • Television content should not be censored / Trey Parker and Matt Stone, interviewed by Nick Gillespie and Jesse Walker
  • Television content should be censored / Parents Television Council
  • Some laws against hate speech could threaten free speech / Peter Tatchell
  • Publishers practice self-censorship of young adult books / Patty Campbell
  • Free expression is limited in the American workplace / Bruce Barry.