FIRST FREEDOM

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Random House Children's Books, Jan 25, 2012 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 363 pages
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A history of free speech in our country from earliest times to some of the controversial court cases of today involving school demonstrations and the right of Nazis to march.
 

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Contents

Freespeaking Persons under the Constitution
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From Imagining the Death of the King to the Birth of the First Amendment
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Freedom ofand fromReligion under the First Amendment
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The Constitutional Powers of the Free Press
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From the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 to the Red Scare of the First World War
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The Supreme Court of the United States Confronts Criminal Seditious Speech
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The Outer Limits of Protected Speechand Beyond
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Afterword
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