National security and the First Amendment
Richard K. Willard, Floyd Abrams, American Bar Association. Standing Committee on Law and National Security, John H. Shenefield
American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Law and National Security, Jan 1, 1984 - Law - 34 pages
This work debates where the lines should be drawn between the demands of national security and the public's right of access to government information.
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