The New Politics of Pornography.

By Donald Alexander Downs.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1989. 280 pp., 6x9".

"In The New Politics of Pornography, Donald Alexander Downs explores the contemporary anti-pornography movement and poses difficult political and cultural questions about the limits of free speech. Drawing on official transcripts and extensive interviews, Downs recreates and analyzes important cases in Minneapolis and in Indianapolis. He argues persuasively that both conservative and liberal camps are often characterized by extreme intolerance which hampers open policy debate and may ultimately threaten our modern doctrine of free speech."--the publisher.

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