Author: Nicholas Johnson
Publisher: Writers' Forum (December 31, 1998)
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Nicholas Johnson (born September 23, 1934) is best known for his controversial term as a dissenting Federal Communications Commission commissioner, 1966-1973, and his book.
Nicholas Johnson (born September 23, 1934) is best known for his controversial term as a dissenting Federal Communications Commission commissioner, 1966-1973, and his book, How to Talk Back to Your Television Set. He currently teaches at the University of Iowa College of Law, with an emphasis on communications and Internet law, and since 2006 has posted over 1000 blog essays.
Chronicling the underappreciated black tradition of bearing arms for self-defense, this book presents an array of examples reaching back to the pre-Civil War era that demonstrate a willingness of African American men and women to use firearms when necessary to defend their families and communities. Nicholas Johnson points out that this story has been submerged because it is hard to reconcile with the dominant narrative of nonviolence during the civil rights era. His book, however, resolves that tension by showing how the black tradition of arms maintained and demanded a critical distinction between private self-defense and political violence.
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Nicholas Johnson (born September 23, 1934) is best known for his controversial term as a dissenting Federal . In the book "How to Talk Back to Your Television Set," Johnson discusses prototype community media. He appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone April 1, 1971.
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