Date: Wed, 29 May 1996 16:23:59 -0400
From: Allan Metcalf AAllan[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]AOL.COM
Subject: PADS 79
At long last, the American Dialect Society is pleased to announce publication
Publication of the American Dialect Society No. 79,
Under Cover of Law: More on the Legality of Surreptitious Recordings
by Thomas E. Murray with the assistance of Carmin D. Ross-Murray.
This is a sequel to their essay "On the Legality and Ethics of Surreptitious
Recording" in PADS 76 (1991). The new volume updates the information on
federal and state laws, offers further explanations, and answers questions
posed by readers of that essay.
The 80-page volume, PADS 79, is available for $12 plus shipping from the
University of Alabama Press, Box 870380, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0380;
phone (800) 825-9980. The earlier 88-page volume, PADS 76, is available for
But there is another way. All members of the American Dialect Society get
issues of PADS as part of their membership. If you are a current member, you
will get your copy soon; the mailing is being prepared in Tuscaloosa right
now. If you are not yet a member but join by June 30, your membership will
include PADS 79.
Membership is $30 per calendar year, $15 for students. Send payment to ADS
Executive Secretary Allan Metcalf, English Department, MacMurray College,
Jacksonville, Illinois 62650. For further information on ADS, see our Web