Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment

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Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, 1991 - Law - 335 pages
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Constructs a First Amendment theory that restores the unfettered flow of information essential to a free society.

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Contents

Basic Assumptions and Objectives
5
The Importance of History and Secure Meaning
11
The Birth of the Mechanical Press
25
Copyright

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