Shaping the First Amendment: The Development of Free Expression
An unusual history and philosophical review of the development of free speech guarantees, particularly in America is presented in Shaping the First Amendment. The book traces the development of free speech from the ancient world to the American revolution and measures the impact of wars on the First Amendment.
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Wars That Shaped the First Amendment
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