Vol. II, No. 11 November 1996

by Jonathan Wallace

Choosing Life or Death

Choosing Death Means Death

Hobbes Was Wrong

Life Out of Balance

Taking Responsibility

Violence is Never Justified


The usual suspects

Patricia Nell Warren's News You Didn't See on TV: Weird Things I've Noticed About the Election

Israeli Symbolic Violence by Jonathan Wallace

Ideas I disagree with

American Capitalism and its Discontents, by Sy Schechtman

Underage Drinking, by Auren Hoffman

Rodney Adams recommends The Privatization of Nuclear Waste Managment

Net Freedoms

Jonathan Wallace is a Plaintiff in the ACLU's Georgia Anonymity Case

by Jonathan Wallace and Mark Mangan

"Required reading for anyone interested in free speech in modern society."
New York Times Book Review


Mumia Abu-Jamal, On Death Row After an Unfair Trial

Permanent exhibits

An Auschwitz Alphabet

The Free Speech Museum

Letters to the Ethical Spectacle

Index of Past Issues

Other Ethical, Political and Legal Web Sites

About Jonathan Wallace and The Ethical Spectacle

Are We a Nation? The January issue will pose the question whether Americans have anything in common other than borders and history. If so, what makes us a nation? Email your article or your opinion to jw@bway.net

Write for the Spectacle! Articles on any ethical, political or legal topic will be considered, whether or not I agree with the opinions expressed.

Coming next month: Technology for Good or Evil. January: Are We a Nation? February: Compassion. March: Moral Uses of the Web. April: Capitalism. May: Freedom of Speech. June: War.

"Noticing that no-one held the values I defended,I decided to make a spectacle of myself."--Richard Foreman

Copyright Jonathan Wallace 1996 except as otherwise indicated

Artist: Laurie Caro; all art copyright Laurie Caro 1996 except as otherwise indicated

Email: jw@bway.net