Freedom of Speech in the West: A Comparative Study of Public Law in France, the United States, and Germany

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In General
Administration, practice in free speech matters 416ff.
Advertising, political, importance of 422.
ARMED FORCES
-- duty to serve in 419.
-- political power of 418-19.
Catholic: Church, in France22.
Censorship 2.
CIVIL RIGHTS 12.
-- agitation for the abolition of 110ff., 431ff.
-- ideological basis for 20, 107ff., 424
-- natural law 107ff.
-- suspension of 416ff.
-- see also Human rights.
CIVIL SERVANTS
-- appointment of 417-18.
-- freedom of speech of 418, 430-31.
Communism, suppression of 420ff.
Courts, protection of freedom of speech 414ff.
DEMOCRACY
-- abolition of 111.
-- and freedom of press 109.
-- and freedom of speech 422-3.
-- attack on 110ff.
-- self-protection by 431ff.
-- threat to the security of 422-3, 431ff.
Emergency powers 416.
Equality of law, the principle of 108.
Freedom of assembly 2.
Freedom of association 2.
Freedom of information 2, 3.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH 2, 411ff.
--attack on democratic principles 110ff., 431ff.
-- declaration of loyalty 3.
-- economic pressure in free speech matters 3, 283ff.
--justification for 3, 19, 413, 421ff.
-- limitations on 2, 429ff.
-- necessary in democracy 108ff.
-- political freedom of speech 2, 108 ff.
-- protected by courts 414ff.
-- questions relating to 1, 4.
--social pressure in free speech matters 3, 109.
HUMAN RIGHTS 10, 421-2.
-- declarations of 12.
-- enemies of 431ff.
-- validity of 425.
-- see also Civil rights, Natural Law.

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