Neuhaus, Richard John
March 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar1997, Issue 71, p66
Addresses the censorious tyranny by which supply chains in Murphy, North Carolina are suppressing freedom of speech and artistic creativity. Examples of censorship activities of supply chains in the area; Remarks from Nina Crowley of an music industry association regarding the effect of censoring music releases on the children.


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