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.____ ._____ __ __ ._____ __ / __/ /_ ._/ / / / / /_ ._/ / / / /__ ._/ /_ \ \/ / ._/ /_ / /___ \___/ /_____/ \__/ /_____/ /_____/ __ ._____ ___. ____. .__ ._____ ._____ .____ .____ / / /_ ._/ / -_| / ___/ / _ \ /_ ._/ /_ ._/ / ___/ / __/ / /__ ._/ /_ / _ \ / __/ / / / / ._/ /_ / __/ __\ \ /____/ /_____/ /____/ /____/ /_/\__\ /_/ /_____/ /____/ /____/ Civil Liberties // The National Newsletter of the ACLU Copyright (c) 1994 American Civil Liberties Union ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Issue #380, Spring/Summer 1994 FEATURES A Civil Liberties Ride on the Information Superhighway by Barry Steinhardt The Religious Right Wants America by John Swomley First Amendment Shock: An Unusual Civil Liberties Story by Jean Carey Bond Speaking of Reform -- Remember Criminal Justice by Loren Siegel Personal Autonomy: A Right More Vulnerable Than Ever by Loren Siegel The FairTest Case: Nothing Special, Just Equality by Marcia Thurmond ACLU Membership Lists Dueling Pens: A Friendly Exchange About Unfriendly Words by Franklyn S. Haiman and Stanley Fish DEPARTMENTS The President's Word Letters to the Editor: Pornography and Responsibility PubEd Focus: Reluctant "Radical" Is Making History & ACLU Takes On Religious Right Civil Liberties International: ACLU and HRW Report on U.S. Rights Record In The Congress: Not the Worst, But Hardly The Best, Of Times In The Courts: We Won! Affiliate Notes Publications: Is Freedom A Sometime Thing? Hate Speech: The History of an American Controversy by Samuel Walker Taking Liberties, by Executive Director Ira Glasser Notices ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Civil Liberties #379, Fall 1993 (coming soon to the Free Reading Room) FEATURES As The ACLJ Cries "Censorship," The ACLU Cries "Foul" by Lynn Decker Pornography And Responsibility by Ursula K. Le Guin The Communitarian Cop-Out by Samuel Walker The Supreme Court On Tape: The Taper Speaks by Peter Irons Project Hip-Hop Journeys South Into History by Nancy Murray No Renters Need Apply by Deborah A. Jeon Membership Lists by Anna Cheverino/ACLU Membership Department DEPARTMENTS The President's Word Pub Ed Focus Civil Liberties International In The Congress In The Courts Affiliate Notes Publications Talking Liberties If you prefer not to browse Civil Liberties online, each issue can be downloaded from our ftp site. Sample path: /aclu/newsletter/379 (available soon) The American Civil Liberties Union is a nationwide, nonpartisan organization dedicated to preserving and defending the principles set forth in the Bill of Rights. President: Nadine Strossen Executive Director: Ira Glasser CIVIL LIBERTIES is also available in paper (ISSN 0009-790X), and is the membership newsletter of the ACLU, published by the Department of Public Education.

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