Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court: The Defining Cases

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Terry Eastland
Rowman & Littlefield, 2000 - Law - 397 pages
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In Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court, Terry Eastland brings together the Court's leading First Amendment cases, some 60 in all, starting with Schenck v. United States (1919) and ending with Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union (1998). Complete with a comprehensive introduction, pertinent indices and a useful bibliography, Freedom of Expression in the Supreme Court offers the general and specialized reader alike a thorough treatment of the Court's understanding on the First Amendment's speech, press, assembly, and petition clauses.
 

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Terry Eastland has written for numerous publications on a wide variety of political and legal issues. His books include Energy in the Executive: The Case for the Strong Presidency; Ending Affirmative Action: The Case for Colorblind Justice; and Religious Liberty in the Supreme Court: The Cases That Define the Debate Over Church and State.

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