Freedom of speech in the United States
This historical development of free-dom of speech from Athens, through Rome, to England and the United States presents comprehensive, up-to-date treatment secure upon a historical First Amendment base that also covers defa-mation and privacy, obscenity, com-mercial speech, prior restraint, free press/fair trial, copyright and broadcast-ing as well as questions of media access.
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Why We Curse: A Neuro-Psycho-Social Theory of Speech
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