It's a Free Country

It's a Free Country

Personal Freedom in America After September 11

By Danny Goldberg (Editor); Robert Greenwald (Editor); Victor Goldberg (Editor)

Rdv Books, Hardcover, 9780971920606, 362pp.

Publication Date: June 30, 2003

A groundbreaking collection of new pieces examining the effects of George W. Bush's legislative assault on civil liberties following the terrorist bombing of the Twin Towers and the Pentagon. Foreword by Cornel West, author of "Race Matters," with original essays by Michael Moore ("Stupid White Men, Downsize This "), Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Tom Hayden (former California senator, author of "Irish on the Inside"), Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Robert Scheer ("L.A. Times "columnist), Ira Glasser (former head of the ACLU), Lillian Nakano, political cartoonist Matt Groening, Patti Smith, and many more. Also, firsthand stories from victims of civil-liberty infringement, such as the chief of police in Portland, Oregon, who resisted federal pressure, and Fathi Mustafa, a Palestinian caught in the wave of racial profiling.
This debut title from RDV Books is edited by the company's three publishers. Danny Goldberg, president of Artemis Records and Sheridan Square Entertainment, has worked hands-on with more popular musical talent than any other recorded-music executive. He is also one of the very few who has worked with every major genre of popular music: rap, country, folk, classical, jazz, pop, rock, R&B, and jazz. Robert Greenwald is a filmmaker and has directed many feature movies, including "Steal this Movie, Breaking Up," and "Xanadu." Victor Goldberg (father of Danny) is formerly co-publisher of "Tikkun Magazine "and associate publisher at "The Nation."

About the Author
Danny is president of Artemis Records and Sheridan Square Entertainment.

ROBERT GREENWALD is a veteran producer and director of films and television.

Victor Goldberg is Jerome L. Greene Professor of Transactional Law at Columbia Law School.