Figures Of Speech

Author: William Turner
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1609944658
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This is a fascinating look at how the scope of our First Amendment freedoms has evolved and the colorful characters behind some of the most important legal decisions of modern times. “Turner tells fascinating stories of unlikely heroes ...

Freedom Of Speech And The Press First Edition

Author: William Bennett Turner
Publisher: Cognella Academic Publishing
ISBN: 9781516504787
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The book covers almost a century of free speech opinions, from the classics to recent decisions by the Roberts Court, that address subversive and offensive speech, incitement to violence, obscenity, and whether corporations have First ...

Freedom Of Speech Documents Decoded

Author: David L. Hudson Jr.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440842515
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Speaking Freely: Trials of the First Amendment. New York: Viking Press, 2005.
Baker, Edwin C. Human Liberty and Freedom of Speech. New York: Oxford
University Press, 1989. Chafee, Zechariah, Jr. Free Speech in the United States.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1941. Collins, Ronald K. L., and Sam
Chaltain. We Must Not Be Afraid to Be Free: Stories of Free Expression in
America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. Cox, Archibald. Freedom of

Whirlwind And Storm

Author: Charles E. Farnsworth
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 149171963X
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" "If you want to know what the Civil War was really like, this is the book for you: an intimate, personal portrait of the war experience and the people who lived it, giving the reader a firsthand view of its realities.

Transformations In American Legal History

Author: Daniel W. Hamilton
Publisher: Harvard University Press
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Ohio.2 Mort has described Brennan's statement of the danger rule as "the most
speech-friendly test yet devised,"3 and I interpret that as a compliment. ...
Concomitantly, among the people Mort disdains are the justices who responded
to cold war security concerns and McCarthyism with a First Amendment
jurisprudence that was deferential to repressive legislative enactments and
government ... In this paper, what ties these heroes and villains together is the
doctrine of strict scrutiny.

The Book Review Digest

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The most sought-after First Amendment litigator of his generation, he has
championed free speech in some of the highest-profile courtroom battles of the
past 30 years, several of them on behalf of The New York Times. In Speaking
Freely, his first book, Abrams writes ... in which he played a starring role. By the
end of the book, though, it's hard to avoid the conclusion that free-speech
conflicts today have less easily identifiable heroes and villains than they once did
.” REVIEW: N Y Times ...


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The question his law- vers had hoped the court would settle was whether or not
Rudy had been deprived of his 14th Amendment right to equal protection of the
law and his Eighth Amendment right not to suffer cruel and unusual punishment.
If nothing else ... Arguing that the hair was necessary to their musical careers and
in any case was protected by the First Amendment's free-speech guarantee,
Jackson and Barnes went to court. ... Nelson and Bass find no heroes and no

Resources In Education

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Joseph A. Free Speech for Public School Students: A "Bask Educational Mission.
" Pub Date— Aug 93 Note— 39p.; Paper ... Student Publications, 'Student Rights
Identifiers — 'First Amendment, School Culture, Supreme Court Noting that recent
Supreme Court decisions (including Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier and
Bethel School ... complete with heroes, villains, starring and supporting actors, all
resulting in a "good conquers evil" conclusion. Media coverage played a critical ...