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Susan Jacobys A First Amendment Junkie is an extremely well written and sound argument in which readers can clearly understand the purpose From the title A First Amendment Junkie she gets the readers attention and even forces them to ask the question What is a A First Amendment junkie It is clear as early as the end of the first paragraph Jacobys thesis or major claim- that censorship of any form is wrong At the beginning of the second paragraph she states her belief in an absolute interpretation of the First Amendment from which comes the idea of a First Amendment junkie Also the readers get a sense of her persona when she stated that Many woman I like and respect tell me I am wrong -we see It is evident that readers and even feminist that advocates censorship of pornography must put aside or control ones sense of emotion or pathos so that it does not overshadow Jacobys view that is stated and will work towards as well as illustrate to the readers sense of logos from which the purpose of her argument gets its life There are several reasons that Jacoby states that makes her argument sound such as censorship of pornography by faminist is contradictory kiddie porn is child abuse and not a First Amendment issue but an issue of conduct and the solution is for individuals not the government to limit the First Amendment but rather to take on an active role in teaching young people what is appropriate to watch or look at on TV movies and Censorship of pornography by faminist is contradictory in that they will help endorse antifeminists to censor discussions and literature about the very things or issues that are of vital concern to woman rape abortion menstruation contraception lesbianism-in fact the entire range of sexual experience from a womans viewpoint If feminists want to argue that the protection
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