Libel Law, Political Criticism, and Defamation of Public Figures: The United States, Europe, and Australia

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CASES AND LEGISLATIVE MATERIALS

Abrams v United States, 250 US 616 (1919). Accompanying Government White Paper, 1997, Cmnd 3782.

Adam v. Ward, 31 T L R 299 (1915), aff'd AC 309 (HL 1917).

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Attorney General v British Broadcasting Corporation, 3 All ER 161 (1980).

Attorney General v Guardian Newspapers Ltd., 1 WLR 1248 (1987).

Attorney General v John Peter Zenger, in Thomas B. Howell, Vol 17 A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes 675 (1735)(“State Trials”).

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Beauharnais v Illinois, 343 US 250 (1952).

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