Mass Media and the Supreme Court: The Legacy of the Warren Years

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Kenneth S. Devol
Hastings House, Jan 1, 1976 - Freedom of the press - 400 pages
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Contents

THE JUSTICES AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
1
The Constitution Is Shield Enough for Newsmen
25
The Courts Constitutional Role
31
Bantam Books v Sullivan 372 U S
58
Free at Last At Least
61
Freedom of Speech as I See
69
POSTAL CENSORSHIP
80
Bates G Co v Payne 194 U S 106
84
Florida 309 U S
227
The Selective Impact of Libel Law
237
RIGHT OF PRIVACY
249
The Right that Failed
261
TRIAL BY NEWSPAPER
266
Gag Orders Leave a Quagmire
291
Let the Sunshine In
313
PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE MEDIA
322

OBSCENITY DEFINED
93
Metaphysics of the Law of Obscenity
108
OBSCENITY RE DEFINED
113
The Obscenity Quagmire
144
Recommendations
152
MOTION PICTURE CENSORSHIP
161
Morals and the Constitution
191
LIBEL
199
Democratic National Committee v
327
At the Crossroads of Freedom
345
THE LEGACY OF THE WARREN COURT
351
The Supreme Court and Its Critics
360
Amendments to the United States Constitution
383
Index
389
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