Spotlights the political, legal and civic battles raging in this country against what is arguably our most private and pluralistic right - sexual freedom. Although Klein does not provide an easy fix to the vexing problems posed by erotophobes, crusaders, the Christian-American Taliban, or religious terrorists, terms not guaranteed to assuage the opposition, he does offer sufficient examples of the war on our fundamental liberties to energize even the most laid-back of his readers. This book will infuriate people on both ends of the political spectrum, if for different reasons. That is a rare accomplishment, and one that deserves to be experienced. If America's War on Sex helps to begin to redress the balance between individual freedom of expression and the society's responsibility to protect the well-being of its citizenry, it will have made a major contribution to life in this land of the free.