Footnotes for Press Release About Canada

1 See Pornography and Civil Rights: A New Day for Women's Equality, by Andrea Dworkin and Catharine A. MacKinnon (Minneapolis: Organizing Against Pornography, 1988 [See also excerpt from the Dworkin/MacKinnon Model Antipornography Civil Rights Ordinance]).
2 Canadian Criminal Code section 163(8).
3 R. v. Butler, [1992] 1 S.C.R. 452 (Supreme Court of Canada).
4 Michele Landsberg, "Supreme Court Porn Ruling Is Ignored," Toronto Star, December 14, 1993.
5 Glad Day Bookshop Inc. v. Canada (Deputy Minister of National Revenue, Customs and Excise), Ontario Court of Justice, General Division (July 14, 1992, unreported).
6 R. v. Ronish, [1993] O.J. No. 608 (Ontario Court of Justice, Provincial Division, January 7, 1993).
7 Examples include Censorship News ("MacKinnon/Dworkin 'Theories' Flunk Reality Test," issue 4, number 50, 1993), U.S. News & World Report ("Censors on the Left," by John Leo, October 4, 1993), San Francisco Bay Times ("Canada's New Porn Wars," by Tim Kingston, November 4, 1993), The New York Times ("Censors' Helpers," by Leanne Katz, December 3, 1993), Publishers Weekly ("Canada Customs a Continuing Problem for Bookstores and Distributors; Trial Postponed," by John F. Baker, December 20, 1993), Screw magazine ("Censory Depravation," December 27, 1993), Gaze magazine ("The Canadian Government's Big Chill on Queer Culture," by Mickey Koivisto, April 1, 1994), Playboy magazine ("Northern Underexposure," by Ted C. Fishman, June 1994), and Authors League Bulletin ("The New Custom at Customs" by Jeffrey Narvil, Summer 1994).

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