By Patricia Dooley

This booklet examines how freedom of speech is mirrored in popular culture by means of a number of examples of flicks, web content, tv exhibits, and songs that experience touched on—and impacted—this issue.

• Covers freedom of speech concerns in pop culture within the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in addition to the current day

• Examines every little thing from banned books to comedian e-book censorship, track, theater, images, movie, tv, games, and social media

• permits readers to higher savor how freedom of speech and expression is a subtext in so much elements of day-by-day life

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