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Justice Talking From NPR (National Public Radio): Censoring the Web - Leading Advocates Debate Today's Most Controversial Issues (Book CD) ebook

by Zak Mettger,Kathryn Kolbert


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Kathryn Kolbert, Zak Mettger. Prominent attorneys debate web censorship and school vouchers in a compelling new book-and-CD series inspired by the popular National Public Radio program Justice Talking. The New Press is proud to announce a major new collaboration with the National Public Radio series Justice Talking, an acclaimed radio program that features leading attorneys debating controversial contemporary issues

Leading Advocates Debate Today's Most Controversial Issues. Published January 2002 by New Press.

Leading Advocates Debate Today's Most Controversial Issues.

A complete audio recording of the debate between Nadine Strossen, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, and Bruce Taylor, executive director of the National Law Center for Children and Families, moderated by National Public Radio's Margot Adler. Taped before a live audience at Philadelphia's Independence Mall.

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Now, in the first volume of a remarkable new book-and-CD series published in conjunction with National Public Radio's acclaimed Justice Talking program, Nadine Strossen .

Today, the debate centers on the permeation of gun violence in the United States .

Advocates for the public safety argue that, in a society plagued by mass shootings and terrorism, both domestic and foreign, our government is responsible for keeping us safe.

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Debate Topics at ProCon. Free College Should Public College Be Tuition-Free? Gay Marriage Should gay marriage be legal? Top Pro & Con Quotes. National Anthem Protests Is Refusing to Stand for the National Anthem an Appropriate Form of Protest? Net Neutrality Should Net Neutrality Be Restored? Obamacare Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) good for America?

Freedom of speech, one of the most hotly contested issues in America, has entered a new battleground: cyberspace. The very qualities that make the Internet an ideal tool for communication are those that facilitate the exposure of children to potentially harmful material, typically protected for adult use under the First Amendment.

Now, in the first volume of a remarkable new book-and-CD series published in conjunction with National Public Radio’s acclaimed Justice Talking program, Nadine Strossen, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, goes head-to-head with Bruce Taylor, executive director of the National Law Center for Children and Families, in a debate about web censorship. Moderated by the popular NPR host Margot Adler, this is a thoughtful, informed discussion of an emotionally charged subject that doubles as a primer for those who want an engaging and accessible way to get up to speed on this cutting-edge issue.

The compact disc contains the complete audio recording of the debate; the accompanying book contains the transcript, along with a history of related First Amendment law and a comprehensive overview of the arguments for and against the Communications Decency Act, and other laws regulating sexually explicit material on the web. The books also contain a range of supplementary primary source documents.

Justice Talking From NPR (National Public Radio): Censoring the Web - Leading Advocates Debate Today's Most Controversial Issues (Book  CD) ebook
Author:
Zak Mettger,Kathryn Kolbert
Category:
Politics & Government
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Publisher:
The New Press; 1st,Book & CD edition (January 1, 2002)
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192 pages
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