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July 08, 1988 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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Women Picket Deli,
Call Owner 'Porn's Pal'

Boston (JTA) — Should
patrons boycott the only
kosher restaurant in Cam-
bridge because one of its
owners defends pornography
as free speech and is on the
payroll of Penthouse
magazine?
The answer is yes, accor-
ding to 15 members of the
Women's Alliance Against
Pornography, who held a
demonstration outside
Maven's Kosher Court on its
opening night, May 13.
A principal owner of
Maven's is Alan Dershowitz,
the Harvard Law School pro-
fessor who writes a monthly
law column for Penthouse and
has been an outspoken
defender of pornographers'
right to freedom of speech.
Among the unpopular
causes he has championed
have been the right of neo-
Nazis to march through
Skokie, Ill., and his nephew's
right to show the por-
nographic movie "Deep
Throat" at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
"People like Alan Der-
showitz help prop up the $10
billion pornography industry
with their specious
arguments," said alliance
spokeswoman Rhea Becker,
who led picketers carrying
signs reading "Picket porn's
pal," "Say baloney to Der-
showitz's kosher deli" and
"Can a pig sell kosher meat?"
"The First Amendment
lives!" countered Dershowitz,
as he emerged from the
restaurant to meet reporters
and welcome customers.
"I'll totally defend their
right to demonstrate," said
Dershowitz, "but the implica-
tions are quite serious. If por-
nography is censored, these
women will be the second
ones to be censored. They'll
come to me one day, and I'll
defend them."
According to Becker,
however, the blurring of the
distinction between victim
and victimizer is a "real
hallmark of civil liber-
tarians?'
"They support free speech
without looking at the values
behind it. They think all
speech is equal, but por-
nographers have a large voice
because they hold large
economic assets. Speech is not
free, it's bought, and the scale
is tipped in favor of the por-
nographer," she said.
Restaurant patrons and
bystanders generally
disagreed with the protesters.
Most expressed the view
that although they found por-
nography despicable, they did

Dershowitz:
Pornography "Maven."

not think a kosher restaurant
was the appropriate target to
picket.
Dershowitz said he found
the use of Jewish symbols in
the protestors' signs and
slogans "offensive" and "anti-
Semitic."
"If he owned a gas station,
we'd be there," said Becker,
who is Jewish and who
estimated that approximate-
ly half of the alliance's core
members are Jewish. "We are
not against kosher delis."
She added, People who in-
vite him to speak at their
synagogues should know
what he stands for."

Kitty Dukakis
On Intermarriage

Oakland, Calif. (JTA) —
Kitty Dukakis, in an inter-
view with the magazine Tik-
kun, said her marriage to
Massachusettes Gov. Michael
Dukakis, the likely Demo-
cratic presidential nominee,
actually encouraged her to
seek a "more formal iden-
tification" with her Jewish
roots.
Dukakis' recent interview
was in response to critics who
say that, as Jewish woman
married to a non-Jewish man,
she would serve as a bad role
model were her husband to be
elected president of the
United States. The issue was
raised in an editorial in the
Denver-based Intermountain
Jewish News.
Dukakis was quoted as say-
ing, "When people write ar-
ticles, as they have, about the
fact that I would be a bad role
model because I am married
to a Christian, what they
don't realize is that there are
men and women like myself
who are much more closely
identified with their Jewish
roots because they have mar-
ried outside the faith."

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