Patriot Act Besieged. Village Voice (5/28/04).
Our Designated Killers: "Where's the Outrage?". Village Voice (2/14/03). On US government assassination in Yemen of American citizen Kamal Derwish, never either charged or tried on charges of terrorism.
Betraying Today's Sudanese Slaves, Jewish World Review (5/28/02).
The FBI's Magic Lantern. Village Voice (4/23/02). Ashcroft can be in your computer.
The Wrong Man Gets a Second Chance, Village Voice (3/19/02).
Ross vs. Free Speech, Village Voice (3/12/02).
Big John Wants Your Reading List, Village Voice (3/5/02).
Eyeing What You Read, Village Voice (2/26/02).
J. Edgar Hoover Lives!, Village Voice (2/19/02).
In School: The 'Success' of Failure, Village Voice (2/12/02).
vs. Failing Schools, Village Voice (2/5/02).
Will Miranda Make It?, Washington Post (1/15/00).
Don't Welfare Recipients Have Rights?, Washington Post (1/8/00).
Slavery, 1999, Washington Post (12/11/99).
A Different Admissions Test, Washington Post (12/4/99).
Expelling 'Huck Finn', Washington Post (11/27/99).
The Incredible Shrinking First Amendment, Washington Post (11/20/99).
Prosecution in Darkness, Washington Post (11/6/99).
"Technicalities" That Keep Us Free, Washington Post (10/2/99).
The ACLU's Forbidden Words, Washington Post (9/25/99).
Links to many Hentoff articles.
In the Library: Articles
Hentoff, Nat. "Why should we care? Its only the Constitution," Progressive (12/01):24-7.
__________. "J. Edgar Hoover never died," Progressive (8/02):11.
__________. “Put the heat on Daschle,” Progressive (10/02):16.
__________. “The tag of capitulation,” Progressive (12/02):18.
__________. "Say hello to the eye that never sleeps," Santa Cruz Sentinel (12/5/02). Data base on citizens being created at DOD Information Awareness Office under convicted perjurer John Poindexter, "most sweeping threat to civil liberties since the Japanese-American internment."
__________. "Can Bush be trusted with the Constitution?" Santa Cruz Sentinel (8/13/03): A9.
__________. "War on the Bill of Rights," In These Times (9/29/03):23-25.
__________. "Judges on the blacklist," Progressive (10/03):15.
__________. "Do-it-yourself-subpoenas," Progressive (11/03):11-12.
__________. "The normal system does not apply," Progressive (1/04):15. José Padilla case & Ashcroft's assertion of presidental power to detain people he labels as "enemy combatants" without charge & indefinitely.
__________. "Giving due process its due," Progressive (2/04):14-15.
__________. “Sneaky subpoena,” Progressive (3/04):12.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Hentoff, Nat. Peace Agitator: The Story of A.J. Muste (NY: Macmillan, 1963).
__________. The New Equality (NY: Viking, 1964).
__________. Our Children are Dying (NY: Viking, 1966).
__________. A Doctor Among the Addicts (NY: Rand McNally, 1968).
__________. Does Anybody Give a Damn? Hentoff on Education (NY: Knopf, 1977).
__________. Boston Boy (NY: Knopf, 1986).
__________. The First Freedom: The Tumultuous History of Free Speech in America (NY: Delacorte, 1988).
__________. Free Speech for Me -- But Not for Thee: How the American Left & Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other (NY: Harper Collins, 1992).
__________. Speaking Freely: A Memoir (NY: Knopf, 1997).
__________. Living the Bill of Rights (Berkeley: U. of California, 1999).
__________. The Nat Hentoff Reader (Cambridge MA: Da Capo, 2001).
__________. The War on the Bill of Rights -- & the Gathering Resistance (NY: Seven Stories, 2003).
In the Library: Fiction
Hentoff, Nat. Call the Keeper: A Novel (NY: Viking, 1966).
__________. Onwards! A Novel (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1968).
In the Library: For Young Readers
Hentoff, Nat. I'm Really Dragged but Nothing Gets Me Down (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1968).
__________. In the Country of Ourselves (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1971).
__________. This School is Driving Me Crazy: A Novel (NY: NY: Delacorte, 1976).
__________. American Heroes: In & Out of School (NY: Delacorte, 1987).
In the Library: Poetry