Clinton to NEA 4: Drop dead

Wallis, Brian
June 1993
Art in America;Jun93, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p29
Reports on the move of the Clinton administration to reinstate Bush-era content restrictions on grant awards by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). Role of Attorney General Janet Reno; Case involving the NEA 4; Violation of the First and Fifth Amendments.


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