Challenging the Wisdom of Solomon: The First Amendment and Military Recruitment on Campus
Calvert, Clay, Richards, Robert D., The William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal
Times of war and First Amendment1 controversies - the two invariably and inevitably go hand in hand. Whether it is Paul Robert Cohen's anti-draft jacket2 and the publication of the so-called Pentagon Papers3 during the conflict in Vietnam, or Charles T. Schenck's anti-draft leaflets4 and the publication of the Staats Zeitung5 during World War I, the confluence of conflict and communication creates litigation.
The situation today, with fighting in both Iraq and Afghanistan, is no exception. For instance, several access-related disputes already have arisen. Notably, publisher Larry C. Flynt6 lost a legal fight before a federal appellate court in February 2004, …
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Publication information: Article title: Challenging the Wisdom of Solomon: The First Amendment and Military Recruitment on Campus. Contributors: Calvert, Clay - Author, Richards, Robert D. - Author. Journal title: The William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal. Volume: 13. Issue: 1 Publication date: October 2004. Page number: 205+. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.