Conscience, Expression, and Privacy

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Kermit Hall
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Law - 424 pages
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Contents

History Tradition the Supreme Court
15
A Comparison of Nineteenth
35
A Comment on Roe v Wade
104
Frank Murphy the Thornhill Decision
135
Near v Minnesota in the Context of Historical Developments
181
Racist Speech Democracy and the First Amendment
247
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr Zechariah Chafee Jr
308
The Jurisprudence of Privacy in a Splintered Supreme Court
331
Acknowledgments
423
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Kermit L. Hall was Dean of the College of Humanities and Executive Dean of the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences, as well as a Professor of History and Law, at The Ohio State University. An expert in American constitutional and legal history, he was the Editor-in-Chief of The Oxford Companion to the
Supreme Court of the United States, which won awards from the American Bar Association, the New York Public Library, and the American Library Association.

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