Defending Pornography: Free Speech, Sex, and the Fight for Women's Rights

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NYU Press, Jul 1, 2000 - Law - 320 pages
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Reissued with a new foreword and introduction by the author

Traditional explanations of why pornography must be defended from would-be censors have concentrated on censorship's adverse impacts on free speech and sexual autonomy. In contrast, Nadine Strossen focuses on the women's rights-centered rationale for defending pornography.

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Nadine Strossen, President of the ACLU, puts forward her arguments that censorship of sexual expression damages the fight for women's rights as well as violating free speech Read full review

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Written by the then head of the ACLU this book clearly and coherently explains the problems with censorship of pornography and other material having to do with sex and sexuality. Read full review

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A nationally renowned speaker and debater, NADINE STROSSEN is Professor of Law at New York Law School and President of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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