Hate Speech, Pornography, and the Radical Attack on Free Speech Doctrine

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgmentsxi
1 Introduction1
PART 1 MODERN FREE SPEECH DOCTRINE9
2 Theory and History11
Why Protect Speech?12
The Lessons of History , 16
3 An Overview of Modern Free Speech Doctrine31
The Basic Taxonomy , 31
Regulating Protected Speech: The Search for a Basic Rule, 34
4 Modern Doctrine in Action: Its Application to Hate Speech and Pornography Regulation51
Hate Speech , 52
Pornography , 59
Distinguishing Narrow Regulations of Hate Speech and Pornography, 61
PART 2. THE RADICAL ATTACK67
5 Does Free Speech Doctrine Discriminate Against Women and Minorities?69
Hate Speech: Is There a Devil in the Exceptions?69
The R.A. V. Decision , 74

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