Prurience and Homophobia During the Red Scare
(July 16, 2013) - A book about the notorious Johns Committee of Florida chronicles a vicious assault on gay men and lesbians.
The Family Shakespeare
(April 23, 2011) - A new play re-imagines the notorious Bowdler family and debates the eternal question of literary censorship.
The Demise of Academic Freedom?
(February 12, 2010) - The president of the American Association of University Professors offers a blistering critique of the current state of universities.
On Human Frailty and Public Interest Law
(May 1, 2009) -Wendy Kaminer's chronicle of turmoil at the national ACLU raises hard questions about clannishness, the herd instinct, and the inevitable realities of organizational life.
Rest is Noise
(December 22, 2007) -Alex Ross's much-admired new book raises tantalizing
questions about music, politics, and censorship.
(March 13, 2007) -The first biography of D.M. Bennett, who was jailed
for selling a pamphlet that argued against the institution of marriage,
highlights the connection between organized religion and censorship.
Filters Are Now a Fact of Life
(September 2, 2004) - But a new guide for libraries explains
that some are far worse than others.
Wrong With Censoring Youth?
(April 19, 2004) - Law professor Kevin Saunders' new book proposes radical
restrictions on minors' First Amendment rights.
For FEPP Reviews in 2002-2003, go to the Archives