Freedom of Speech in the West: A Comparative Study of Public Law in France, the United States, and Germany

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Index
FRANCE
Action Française 24, 68, 70-71, 112.
ADMINISTRATION
-- abuse of power 67.
--act of government, the doctrine of 68.
-- criticism of 14.
-- discretion of 67, 79.
-- duty to give information 83.
-- favouritism and discrimination by 63ff.,87.
-- illegal acts of 66ff.,79ff.
-- judicial review of 62, 65ff.
-- politically neutral decisions, duty to make 87, 88, 103ff. political opinion of 87-88.
-- power to control the press 23.
-- power in emergencies 25, 59ff.
-- see also Administrative courts, Administrative decisions, Police.
ADMINISTRATIVE COURTS
-- Conseil Constitutionnel40 ff.
-- Conseil d'Etat37, 42, 65.
-- constitutionality of administrative decisions 43-44.
-- control over the police ff.
-- judicial review of 65ff.
-- jurisdiction of 65ff.
-- legality of administrative decisions 42, 45, 67ff.
-- see also administration.
ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS
-- constitutionality of 43-44.
-- judicial review of 62, 65ff.
-- reasons, duty to give 68.
-- review of, see Administrative courts, Vole de fait.
ALGERIA
-- the rebellion in33
-- control of the press 74ff.
-- criticism of government policy 50, 53-54, 101-3, 104. defence of individual rights 123ff.
-- emergency legislation 60ff.
-- state of emergency 57ff.
-- revolt, May 195832ff.,100ff.
ARMY, THE FRENCH
-- criticism of 50, 53, 62ff,119ff.
-- loyalty of officers of 100ff.
-- political power of 21, 32ff.,37, 101-3.
-- secrets of 54.
-- undermining of morale of 49-50, 51, 53, 78, 101-3.
Boulanger, General21-22.
Cavaignac, General17-18.

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