Firing Line (1966–2020)

The Avant Garde 

Allen Ginsberg discusses his obscenity trial after the publication of his long-form poem, "Howl." Ginsberg insists that censorship of artistic works deny the inherent right of political ... See full summary »

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William F. Buckley ... Self - Host
Allen Ginsberg ... Self - Guest
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Allen Ginsberg discusses his obscenity trial after the publication of his long-form poem, "Howl." Ginsberg insists that censorship of artistic works deny the inherent right of political speech to their authors. As the conversation progresses, Ginsberg and Buckley debate U.S. military policies in Vietnam.

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7 May 1968 (USA) See more »

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