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What Right?: Graphic Interpretations Against Censorship

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What Right? and its adult-themed companion What’s Wrong? are graphic interpretations of what it means to live in a society where we presumably enjoy the right to free speech, and what happens when that right is -challenged.

What Right? collects comic art that confronts the serious issues around the denial of civil rights and freedom of speech in particular, and includes wor
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 1st 2003 by Arsenal Pulp Press
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Jan Philipzig
While I am generally happy to support the Little Sister's Defense Fund's fight against discriminatory forms of censorship, the vast majority of the contributions collected in this anthology are overly simplistic and poorly drawn, many even ideologically problematic in their black-and-white approach. I liked exactly one story: the witty Shannon Wheeler one-pager that features the Too Much Coffee Man and sums things up nicely.
Jul 28, 2010 Elfdart rated it really liked it
this is a collection of graphic interpretations on how censorship does nothing beneficial for society. it discusses mostly the censorship of books and ideas through that medium, but some of the comics just deal with the censorship of ideas themselves, or the way in which ideas are expressed. overall i’d say it’s a good collection of comic strips speaking against censorship.
Jul 31, 2008 Christy rated it it was ok
This book was mainly published to raise money for Little Sisters in B.C., and to prove a point to officials.
As I borrowed it from the library long after Little Sisters had won their battle.... Well, it was interesting, a little. Not a hugely heavy read, despite the theme, but some small gems.
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