00 / 00 ©Waring Abbott/Getty Images Nat Hentoff in conversation with Studs Terkel BROADCAST: Oct. 31, 1992 | DURATION: 00:47:20 Synopsis Discussing the book "Free Speech For Me--But Not For Thee: How the American Left and Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other," (published by HarperCollins) with the author Nat Hentoff. Details Broadcast Date Oct. 31, 1992 Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 55 min.) : 10 1/2 in. Duration 47 minutes, 20 seconds Digital Format WAV Ownership The Chicago History Museum Language English Topics American History & Politics People Journalists Authors, Writers Tags Hentoff, Nat--Interviews Hentoff, Nat. Free speech for me--but not for thee. Freedom of speech--United States. Censorship--United States. Journalists--United States--20th century--Interviews Audiotapes. Radio programs. Hentoff, Nat, interviewee WFMT (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) Related Programs Discussing the book "Days of Hope: Race and Democracy in the New Deal Era"with the author, historian Patricia Sullivan. Program includes excerpts from programs 9 and 11 of Terkel's "Hard Times" series Mar. 29, 1996 Charito Planas discusses his testimony before the U.S. Congress Aug. 21, 1981 Discussing the book "Why Black People Tend to Shout: Cold Facts and Wry Views from a Black Man's World" with Ralph Wiley Jun. 22, 1992 Discussing the book, "Shattered Peace: The Origins of the Cold War and the National Security State," and interviewing the author Daniel Yergin 1970 Paul Fussell in conversation with Studs Terkel Oct. 16, 1996 Discussing the "Phenomenal Woman II" music, dance and poetry program with members of the community arts organization "Mostly Music"