Abuse Of Child Pornography By Susan Jacoby

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New York Times writer, Susan Jacoby, offers a compelling argument against stricter enforcement of pornographic censorship. In support of first amendment rights, she provides a convicting thesis; the government does not encompass the authority to place any restrictions on free speech or the expression of ideas. While many feminists argue that porn poses a greater threat to women than free speech poses to any other group, she contends the marching of neo-Nazis creates similar or greater animosity in survivors of the Holocaust. Furthermore, the argument about child pornography is not valid because it is an issue of abuse of power, rather than of obscenity. Feminists desire to use the state's power to censor, instead of enacting their own responsibility
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