Communication law: the Supreme Court and the First Amendment

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Austin & Winfield, Oct 1, 2000 - Law - 437 pages
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Designed as an introductory textbook for communication-law courses in journalism, communication, and political science departments, Communication Law addresses some of the most pressing First Amendment questions and issues that affect various segments of society, including: the general public, academic institutions, business enterprises, journalistic professionals, government agencies, and the broadcast industry.

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Contents

FOUNDATIONS
1
D1SSENT
19
ASSOCIATION
45
Copyright

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\Joseph J. Hemmer, Jr. is a Professor and Chairperson of the Communication Department, Carrol College, Waukesha, Wisconsin.