Free Speech on Trial: Communication Perspectives on Landmark Supreme Court Decisions

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FREE SPEECH ON TRIAL
Communication Perspectives on
Landmark Supreme Court Decisions

EDITED BY RICHARD A. PARKER

THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA PRESS
Tuscaloosa and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction 1
  • Communication Studies and Free Speech Law 9
  • Schenck V. United States and Abrams V. United States 20
  • Whitney V. California 36
  • Stromberg V. California 52
  • Near V. Minnesota 69
  • Chaplinsky V. New Hampshire 85
  • West Virginia State Board of Education V. Barnette 100
  • New York Times V. Sullivan 116
  • United States V. O'Brien 130
  • Brandenburg V. Ohio 145
  • Cohen V. California 160
  • Kleindienst V. Mandel 172
  • Miller V. California 187
  • Buckley V. Valeo 203
  • FCC V. Pacifica Foundation 218
  • Central Hudson Gas & Electric V. Public Service Commission 234
  • Hazelwood School District V. Kuhlmeier 250
  • Hustler Magazine, Inc. V. Falwell 264
  • Texas V. Johnson 281
  • Reno V. ACLU 298
  • Conclusion 313
  • Contributors 327
  • Case Index 331
  • Subject Index 339
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