An Essay on the Liberty of the Press

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Arno, 1970 - Law - 51 pages
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The author was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, confident of Monroe and Jefferson and U.S. Prosecutor in Burr's treason trial. In this treatise, he argues that under the Constitution freedom of the press means total exemption from any kind of legislative control.

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