The Constitution and the Flag: The flag salute cases

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Michael Kent Curtis
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - Law - 344 pages
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Contents

Desecration of the American Flag
1
The Meaning of Symbolic Speech Under the First Amendment
57
Washington
91
A Case Study in the Roles of Categorization
110
Johnson
137
A Tale of Two Opinions
181
Freedom of Speech When
197
On Constitutional Iconography
209
Statement of Geoffrey R Stone Harry Kalven Jr Professor
361
Statement of Professor Michael E Parrish Before Senate
377
Statement of the American Legion 1608 K Street N W
391
Senate Report No 101152
432
Legislative history 6
435
Sectionbysection analysis 16
445
Reflections on the Constitutionality
457
When Is a Flag Desecrated?
473

An Essay on the Constitution
237
Pure Symbols and the First Amendment
253
Flag Burning as Speech
267
Opening Statement of Senator Hatch
291
Statement of William P Barr Assistant Attorney General Office
305
Statement of Hon Robert H Bork
331
An Historical Political
483
The Constitution Need
583
Douglas W Kmiec
584
The Sacred Flag and the First Amendment
645
Acknowledgments
683
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Michael Kent Curtis is Professor of Law at Wake Forest University School of Law. He is the author of No State Shall Abridge: The Fourteenth Amendment and the Bill of Rights, also published by Duke University Press.

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