Creative Matrix

Postrel, Virginia
August 1999
Reason;Aug/Sep99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p4
Examines the implications of censorship to cultural art and forms in the United States. Accusations against alleged violence in movies; Views on regulating creativity.


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