Freedom of speech, Volume 1
In these volumes, Professor Alexander collects together the leading theoretical articles on freedom of speech from the past three decades. The articles cover such topics as what values are served by freedom of speech, what activities are covered by freedom of speech and how should interests jeopardized by freedom of speech be weighed in the balance. In addition, some of the articles deal with particular doctrinal areas, such as incitement and hate speech and some deal with the collision of the negative liberty of freedom of speech and the modern positive welfare state.
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UCLA Law Review 2S pp 9641040
Martin H Redish 1982 The Value of Free Speech University of Pennsylvania
Robert H Bork 1971 Neutral Principles and Some First Amendment
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