You will have, no doubt, noticed how different the Caitlin Clarke Page is now. Apart from the new roseate design, this Web site is now smaller. The reason is a purge of anything that might be considered
The U.S. Government has been conducting a scorched Web policy on behalf of the motion picture, record label and book/newspaper publishing industries. The U.S. Government has been destroying, by domain seizure, even
blogs with plenty of non-infringing content, clearly censoring the Web for the protection of the profits of the entertainment industries, in violation of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Because of this threat, which endangers the domain andywest.org, of which the Caitlin Clarke Page is a part, I have no choice but to remove the newspaper articles and the image captures from Ms. Clarke's films, theater and television work.
I am aware of the irony of self-censoring a Web site that appreciates a fine actress, who was dependent for her work on the very industries that (through their agent in the U.S. Government) are compelling me to strip down that site. I am just relieved that Ms. Clarke will never have to see the events which are happening today and will happen in the days ahead.
However, this does not mean that all the content on this site is gone. The lists of Ms. Clarke's work in film, theater and television are my own, and the essays are my own. And there are images of Ms. Clarke that have been graciously given to me for presentation on this site. I have tried to make this site a fitting tribute to Ms. Clarke without the need for the images or for the articles, from which I now provide bibliographic references to them instead of their text.