Mass Communication Law and Ethics

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TABLE OF CASES
Abrams v. United States ( 1919), 130
Action for Children's Television v. Federal Communications Commission (ACTI) ( 1988), 293-294
Action for Children's Television v. Federal Communications Commission (ACT II) ( 1991), 294-295
Adams Newark Theatre Co. v. Newark ( 1957), 587
Adams v. WF7V ( 1997), 335
Agostini v. Felton ( 1997), 174-175
In re Alappat ( 1994), 487
Alberts v. California, see Roth v. United States, 557
Alexander v. United States ( 1993), 577
Allen v. National Video ( 1985), 389
Alliance for Community Media, Inc. v. Federal Communications Commission ( 1995), 582
Allied-Bruce Terminix Companies, Inc. and Terminix International v. G. Michael Dobson ( 1995), 90-91
Alton Telegraph Printing Co. v. Green ( 1982), 338
American Booksellers Association v. Virginia ( 1989), 574
American Civil Liberties Union v. Reno ( 1996), 583
American Geophysical Union et al. v. Texaco, Inc. ( 1992), 530
Anyanwu v. Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. ( 1995), 335
Apodoca v. Oregon ( 1970), 61
Arcara v. Cloud Books ( 1986), 575-576
Arkansas Educational Television v. Forbes ( 1998), 170
Arizonans for Official English et al. v. Arizona ( 1997), 39-40
Ashton v. Kentucky ( 1966), 349-350
Associated Press v. Walker ( 1967), 350-351
Association of National Advertisers v. Lungren ( 1994), 236
Austin v. Kentucky, see Redrup v. New York, 564-565
Auvil v. CBS "60 Minutes" ( 1993) ( 1995) ( 1996), 325
Baer v. United States, see Schenck v. United States, 129
Bantam Books, Inc. v. Sullivan ( 1963), 118
Barger v. Louisville Courier-Journal ( 1992), 421
Barnes v. Glen Theatre, Inc. ( 1991), 587
Barry v. Arrow Pontiac, Inc. ( 1985), 235
Basic Books, Inc. v. Kinko's Graphics Corporation ( 1991), 531
Bates v. State Bar of Arizona ( 1977), 205-208, 210, 214-215
Batson v. Kentucky ( 1986), 64
Beacon Theatres v. Westover ( 1959), 17, 61
Beauharnais v. Illinois ( 1952), 349
Becker v. Federal Communications Commission ( 1996), 280
Beckley Newspapers Corp. v. C. Harold Hanks ( 1967), 351
Berry v. Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. ( 1994), 332
Bigelow v. Virginia ( 1975), 194-197, 204, 215
Bindrim v. Mitchell ( 1979), 333-334
Blumenthal v. America Online, Inc. ( 1997), 371-372
BMW of North America, Inc. v. Core ( 1996), 362-363, 407
Board of County Commissioners, Wabaunsee County, Kansas v. Umbehr ( 1996), 172
Board of Education v. Barnette ( 1943), 138
Board of Trustees of the State University of New York v. Fox ( 1989), 196, 217
Boddie v. American Broadcasting Cos. ( 1989), 411-412
Bolger v. Youngs Drug Product Corp. ( 1983), 203-205, 210, 215
A Book Named John Cleland's Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure et al. v. Attorney General Massachusetts ( 1966), 561-562
Booth v. Curtis Publishing Co. ( 1962), 398
Boring v. The Buncombe County Board of Education Education ( 1996), 147
Bose v. Consumers Union of the United States ( 1984), 327, 357
Bowers v. Hardwick ( 1986), 410
Branch v. Federal Communications Commission ( 1987), 275-276
Brandenburg v. Ohio ( 1969), 133, 135, 279
Branzburg v. Hayes ( 1972), 446
Braun v. Soldier of Fortune Magazine, Inc. ( 1991), 101
Bridges v. California and Times-Mirror Co. v. Superior Court ( 1941), 110-111
Briscoe v. Reader's Digest ( 1972), 425-426
In re Brownsville Herald and Diane Schiller ( 1994), 78
Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corporation v. Jacobson ( 1987) ( 1988), 360
Bryson v. News American Publications ( 1996), 323
Buffalo Broadcasting Company, Inc. v. American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ( 1984), 520-521
Butler v. Michigan ( 1957), 556-557

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