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The Resource Censorship in the United States, Edited by Grant S. McClellan

Censorship in the United States, Edited by Grant S. McClellan

Label
Censorship in the United States
Title
Censorship in the United States
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Grant S. McClellan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
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McClellan, Grant S
Dewey number
323.4
Index
no index present
LC call number
KF4775.A75
LC item number
M3
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Reference shelf
Series volume
v. 39, no. 3
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Censorship
  • Freedom of the press
Label
Censorship in the United States, Edited by Grant S. McClellan
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 214-222
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt.1. Censorship, the current debate: no.1. The current scene: a year's censorship harvest (Publishers' Weekly) -- no.2. Pornography; toward a new understanding: The fear of books / John Henry Merryman (Stanford Today) -- A new definition of obscenity / Howard Moody (Christianity and Crisis) -- Pornography or privacy / George Steiner (Encounter) -- Christianity and pornography / Joseph A. Schneiders (Crane Review) -- no.3. The case against pornography: On behalf of censors / George P. Elliott (Harper's Magazine) -- Dealing with the smut business / O.K. Armstrong (Reader's Digest) -- pt.2. The Supreme Court; more freedom or less?: no.1. The legal testing of obscenity / Ralph I. Lowenstein -- The Ginzburg majority opinion / William J. Brennan, Jr. -- Two dissents in the Ginzburg decision / Hugo L. Black and William O. Douglas -- A protestant view of the Ginzburg decisions (Christian Century) -- Confusion on obscenity; A Catholic view (America) -- A conservative view (National Review) -- A liberal view (New Republic) -- More freedom or less? / Jason Epstein (Atlantic Monthly) -- no.2. Fair trial versus a free press: A recent Supreme Court decision (Social Education) -- American Bar Association proposals / Fred P. Graham (New York Times) -- Views of the American Newspaper Publishers Association / Sidney E. Zion (New York Times) -- Views of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York / Sidney E. Zion (New York Times) -- American Civil Liberties Union's view -- no.3. Extending freedom of speech: The Julian Bond case (New York Times) -- pt.3. Censorship politics: A new law / John D. Pomfret (New York Times) -- A journalistic reaction -- The government as publisher; the USIA / Geoffrey Wolff (Washington Post Book Week) -- The government as publisher; a reply / Reed Harris (Washington Post) -- Government subsidies to publishers / Arthur Greenspan (New York Post) -- The press, the President and foreign policy / James Reston (Foreign Affairs) -- A footnote to history / Clifton Daniel (New York Times) -- Freedom and the Press (New York Times) -- pt.4. Censorship and intellectual freedom: The passing of the index of forbidden books (Christian Century) -- Let it be printed / Elizabeth Bartelme (Commonweal) -- A new movie code / Vincent Canby (New York Times) -- Self-censorship of TV (Newsweek) -- An attempt to rewrite history -- Writing history on approval / Irwin Karp (Saturday Review) -- The role of the public librarian / Kathleen Molz (American Scholar) -- Advice to librarians / David Dempsey (Saturday Review) -- pt.5. Censorship and education: The nature of academic freedom / Henry Steele Commager (Saturday Review) -- Academic freedom is free speech / Fred P. Graham (New York Times) -- The problem facing Catholic colleges / Philip Gleason (America)
Control code
712383
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
222 pages
Lccn
67017466
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)712383
Label
Censorship in the United States, Edited by Grant S. McClellan
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 214-222
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
pt.1. Censorship, the current debate: no.1. The current scene: a year's censorship harvest (Publishers' Weekly) -- no.2. Pornography; toward a new understanding: The fear of books / John Henry Merryman (Stanford Today) -- A new definition of obscenity / Howard Moody (Christianity and Crisis) -- Pornography or privacy / George Steiner (Encounter) -- Christianity and pornography / Joseph A. Schneiders (Crane Review) -- no.3. The case against pornography: On behalf of censors / George P. Elliott (Harper's Magazine) -- Dealing with the smut business / O.K. Armstrong (Reader's Digest) -- pt.2. The Supreme Court; more freedom or less?: no.1. The legal testing of obscenity / Ralph I. Lowenstein -- The Ginzburg majority opinion / William J. Brennan, Jr. -- Two dissents in the Ginzburg decision / Hugo L. Black and William O. Douglas -- A protestant view of the Ginzburg decisions (Christian Century) -- Confusion on obscenity; A Catholic view (America) -- A conservative view (National Review) -- A liberal view (New Republic) -- More freedom or less? / Jason Epstein (Atlantic Monthly) -- no.2. Fair trial versus a free press: A recent Supreme Court decision (Social Education) -- American Bar Association proposals / Fred P. Graham (New York Times) -- Views of the American Newspaper Publishers Association / Sidney E. Zion (New York Times) -- Views of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York / Sidney E. Zion (New York Times) -- American Civil Liberties Union's view -- no.3. Extending freedom of speech: The Julian Bond case (New York Times) -- pt.3. Censorship politics: A new law / John D. Pomfret (New York Times) -- A journalistic reaction -- The government as publisher; the USIA / Geoffrey Wolff (Washington Post Book Week) -- The government as publisher; a reply / Reed Harris (Washington Post) -- Government subsidies to publishers / Arthur Greenspan (New York Post) -- The press, the President and foreign policy / James Reston (Foreign Affairs) -- A footnote to history / Clifton Daniel (New York Times) -- Freedom and the Press (New York Times) -- pt.4. Censorship and intellectual freedom: The passing of the index of forbidden books (Christian Century) -- Let it be printed / Elizabeth Bartelme (Commonweal) -- A new movie code / Vincent Canby (New York Times) -- Self-censorship of TV (Newsweek) -- An attempt to rewrite history -- Writing history on approval / Irwin Karp (Saturday Review) -- The role of the public librarian / Kathleen Molz (American Scholar) -- Advice to librarians / David Dempsey (Saturday Review) -- pt.5. Censorship and education: The nature of academic freedom / Henry Steele Commager (Saturday Review) -- Academic freedom is free speech / Fred P. Graham (New York Times) -- The problem facing Catholic colleges / Philip Gleason (America)
Control code
712383
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
222 pages
Lccn
67017466
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)712383

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