The Law of Speech and the First Amendment

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Oceana Publications, 1999 - Law - 129 pages
Freedom of speech is a topic under much debate, and this volume explains the original wording, subsequent amendments, and cases through which it has evolved, and examines the current protection a citizen of the U.S. can expect to enjoy.

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Contents

OVERVIEW OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT
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PRIOR RESTRAINT DOCTRINE
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Prior Restraint of Obscenity
19
Copyright

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