Vol. IV, No. 2 February 1998

Bill Clinton Should Resign, by Jonathan Wallace

The Ethical Spectacle Joins ACLU Censorware Suit


Brooklyn of Dreams, by Jonathan Wallace

A hyperfiction of four stories set in Brooklyn, each of which is linked to the other three. The stories portray four people who know each other, on four days a decade apart.

About Brooklyn of Dreams

W.B. Yeats' He Bids His Beloved Be At Peace

Dedicated to Dr. Stanley Wallace
"Pardon old fathers, if you still remain
Somewhere in ear-shot for the story's end...
...I have nothing but a book,
Nothing but that to prove your blood and mine."

Illustration: Magritte, Empire of Lights

Land Mines

No More "Murder Around the Edges"--Ban Landmines Now , by Jonathan Wallace

The Purpose of an Army is to Kill People and Break Things, by Bob Wilson

Whatever You Do, Don't Ban My Shotgun, by Jim Ray

The Usual Suspects

Print, not cursive, won the handwriting battle, by Auren Hoffman

Bob Wilson on Welfare Reform

A Call for the Clinton Doctrine, by Jason Chervokas

An Open Letter to a University About Hate Speech, by Jamie McCarthy

Richard Thieme's Islands in the Clickstream: The Illusion of Control

Wayne Grytting's American Newspeak

Martin Siegel's NetToon: Doing the Diversity Drag

Snipe's Portfolio

Letters to The Ethical Spectacle

Net Freedoms

The Censorware Project: Blacklisted by CyberPatrol: From Ada to Yoyo

Why Libraries Shouldn't Buy Censorware; The Censorware Page


by Jonathan Wallace and Mark Mangan

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

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An Auschwitz Alphabet; Kazoo Concerto (hyperfiction); A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King; The Free Speech Museum; Snipe's Portfolio

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

Future issues under construction: James Joyce; Freedom of Speech; Evil.

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

Copyright Jonathan Wallace 1998 except as otherwise indicated

Artist: Laurie Caro; all art copyright Laurie Caro 1998 except as otherwise indicated

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