Additional Resources for Y2K by Arthur L. Kopit

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Berlant, Lauren, and Lisa Duggan, eds., Our Monica, Ourselves: The Clinton Affair and the Public Interest (Sexual Cultures), New York University Press, 2001.

This anthology criticizes the relationship between politics and sensationalism.

Eatwell, Roger, Fascism: A History, Allen Lane, 1996. Eatwell shows how fascist ideology succeeded in Italy and Germany and failed in France and England. He suggests that the preconditions for the future rise of fascism exist.

McLean, Deckle, Privacy and Its Invasion, Praeger, 1995.

McLean uses his background in communications to look at the erosion of privacy in the United States by corporations and institutions.

Peterson, Chris, I Love the Internet, but I Want My Privacy, Too!, Prima Publishing, 1998.

The author explores the advantages and disadvantages of shared information and looks at steps government and corporations are taking to ensure privacy.

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