Table of contents for Censorship : opposing viewpoints / Andrea C. Nakaya, book editor.


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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?                  7
Introduction                                        10

Chapter 1: Should There Be Limits to Free
  Speech?
Chapter Preface                                     14
1. Limits Must Be Imposed on Free Speech            16
  Jonah Goldberg
2. Free Speech Must Be Protected                   20
  American Civil Liberties Union
3. Censorship Should Be Used for the Protection
   of Children                                     24
   Kevin W Saunders
4. Censorship Is Not an Effective Way to Protect
   Children                                        32
   Charles Taylor
5. The Press Should Practice Self-Censorship
   During Times of Crisis                          42
   Carlos A. Kelly
6. The Press Should Not Be Censored During
  Times of Crisis                                  48
  Anthony Lewis
7. Telemarketers Should Be Censored                 56
   David Ebel
8. Censorship of Telemarketers Violates the First
  Amendment                                        62
  Rodney Smolla
Periodical Bibliography                            67
Chapter 2: Should the Internet Be Censored?
Chapter Preface                                     69
1. Internet Filters Should Be Used in Libraries     71
   William H. Rehnquist
2. Internet Filters Should Not Be Used in Libraries 75
   Clarence Page





3. Internet Pornography Should Be Censored         79
  J. Robert Flores
4. The Government Should Not Censor Internet
   Pornography                                     84
   Eugene Volokh
5. Regulations Should Be Implemented to Reduce
   Spam                                            89
   Charles E. Schumer
6. Regulations Should Not Be Implemented to
   Reduce Unwanted Spam                            94
   Clyde Wayne Crews Jr
Periodical Bibliography                            99
Chapter 3: Has America's War on Terrorism Led
   to Increased Censorship?
Chapter Preface                                   101
1. The Patriot Act Has Led to Increased Censorship
   in the United States                           103
   EleanorJ. Bader
2. The Patriot Act Has Not Led to Unnecessary
   Censorship in the United States                108
   John Ashcroft
3. The Right to Dissent Has Been Threatened in the
   War on Terrorism                               113
   Simon Houpt
4. The Right to Dissent Has Not Been Threatened in
   the War on Terrorism                           121
   Bobby Eberle
5. The U.S. Occupation of Iraq Has Resulted in Iraqi
   Media Censorship                               126
   Alex Gourevitch
6. The U.S. Occupation of Iraq Has Resulted in Iraqi
   Media Freedom                                  132
   Ilene R. Prusher
Periodical Bibliography                           137




Chapter 4: Is Freedom in the United States
  Threatened by Censorship?
Chapter Preface                                  139
1. Government Regulation of Broadcasters Is a
  Threat to Freedom                              141
  Adam Thierer
2. Government Regulation of Broadcasters Is
  Necessary                                      145
  Jonathan S. Adelstein
3. Censorship by Media Conglomerates Threatens
   Democracy                                     151
   Gene Kimmelman
4. Current Media Ownership Rules Promote
   Freedom of Speech                             160
   Michael K Powell
5. The Proposed Flag Protection Amendment Is
   a Threat to Liberty in America                166
   Gary E. May
6. The Proposed Flag Protection Amendment Is
   Not a Threat to Liberty in America             171
   Patrick H. Brady
Periodical Bibliography                           177

For Further Discussion                            178
Organizations to Contact                          181
Bibliography of Books                             185
Index                                             187





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Censorship United States, Mass media Censorship United States, Internet Censorship United States, Freedom of speech United States