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Speech and the Press


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Speech and the Press

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Freedom of Speech and the Press

The Crime of Seditious Libel, and England’s Evisceration of Freedoms of Press and Speech

The Initial Supreme Court Justices and Their Views on Freedoms of Press and Speech

The Successor Supreme Court Justices and Their Views on Freedoms of Press and Speech

Sex differences in the functional cerebral laterality of cardiovascular reactivity to speech and a cold pressor

The Sedition Act and the Assault on Freedoms of Press and Speech: The Sitting Supreme Court Justices and the Trials

The Sedition Act and the Assault on Freedoms of Press and Speech: The Missing Half of the Sedition Act Cases

The Sedition Act and the Assault on Freedoms of Press and Speech: The Remaining Supreme Court Justices on the Sedition Act

The Right to Dissent, and the Growth of Freedoms of Press and Speech in the Eighteenth Century

The Collision of Seditious Libel and Freedoms of Press and Speech in America’s Constitutional Period

Liberties of Press and Speech: ‘Evidence Does Not Exist To Contradict the … Blackstonian Sense’ in Late 18th Century England?

Terri L. Snyder. Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early Virginia. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 2003. Pp. xi, 182. $34.95

Sandy Bardsley. Venomous Tongues: Speech and Gender in Late Medieval England. (The Middle Ages.) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2006. Pp. 214. $49.95

The Bible in the Park: Federal District Courts, Religious Speech, and the Public Forum. By John Blakeman. Akron, Ohio: The University of Akron Press, 2005. 300 pp. $39.95

Steven P. Brown. Trumping Religion: The New Christian Right, the Free Speech Clause, and the Courts. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. 2003. Pp. viii, 187. $35.00

Charles Walton. Policing Public Opinion in the French Revolution: The Culture of Calumny and the Problem of Free Speech. New York: Oxford University Press. 2009. Pp. xiii, 334. $49.95

 

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Freedom of speech and the press is perhaps the best-known principle of American law. The First Amendment epitomizes the limitations placed on government by the Bill of Rights. Jurists and ...

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