Protecting the Best Men: An Interpretive History of the Law of Libel

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Index
Abernathy, Ralph David, 235, 237
Abolitionism, 149-52, 236
Access to media, 57-58, 287-88 (n. 2)
Adair, Douglass, 120
Adams, Henry, 192-93, 209
Adams, John, 27, 53, 62, 67-68, 77, 80, 82, 116
Addison, Judge Alexander, 64-65, 76- 77, 81, 83, 84-85, 87, 121, 194
Alexander, James, 35, 37-38, 40, 50
Allen, Ethan, 52
Allen, Robert, 222
American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 246, 335 (n. 55)
American Citizen, 105, 107
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 218, 232-33, 238, 322-23 (n. 26), 325 (n. 44), 331 (n. 31), 336 (n. 59)
American Law Institute, 219-21, 233, 261
American Law Magazine, 159, 160-61
American Weekly Mercury, 43
Ames, Fisher, 75
Ames, James Barr, 203
Anarchism, 192-94, 208-9, 213-14
Anderson, Judge Albert B., 195
Anderson, David, 290-91 (n. 42)
Anti-Federalists, 57-58, 59, 68-69
"Apology for Printers" ( Benjamin Franklin), 30-33
Areopagitica ( John Milton), 10
Atkinson v. Detroit Free Press, 173-75, 178, 181,188, 201, 213
Aurora, 71, 72, 79, 94, 107, 108
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 71, 72
Bad-tendency doctrine, 4, 10-11, 13, 163, 180, 211
Bailey, F. G., 22-23
Baltimore American, 72
Barnum, P. T., 134-36, 150, 228
Barton, Jerome, 264, 331 (n. 31), 332 (n. 40), 336 (n. 59)
Bathrick v. Detroit Post & Tribune Co., 181-82
Bayard, James, 82, 84, 85, 294 (n. 8)
Bennett, James Gordon, 131-32, 153
Bent, Silas, 227
Berkeley, Governor William, 29, 30
Bernard, Sir Francis, 47-48
Biklé, Henry Wolf, 194
Bill of Rights, 70, 208
Bishop, Abraham, 81
Bishop, Joseph, 191-92
Black, Hugo, 70, 167, 239-40, 243, 248-49, 255, 328 (nn. 8, 11)
Blackstone, Sir William, and Blackstonian libel doctrines, 50, 54, 56, 63, 64, 66, 69-70, 108, 111-12, 116-17, 129, 162, 170, 215-16, 259, 275 (n. 18), 290-91 (n. 42), 301 (n. 37), 302 (n. 43)
Blake, George, 118
Bledstein, Burton, 189
Bohlen, Francis, 221
Boorstin, Daniel, 7, 184
Boston Chronicle, 51
Boston Evening Press, 47, 49-50
Boston Gazette, 47, 48, 69
Boundary theory, 170, 203-4, 212, 232- 33, 241, 262-63
Bradford, Andrew, 43-44
Bradford, William (colonial printer), 34- 35, 36
Bradford, William ( U.S. attorney general), 73-74, 75
Brandeis, Louis D., 10, 92, 212, 217- 18, 238, 243, 245
Brennan, Justice William J., 199, 236, 263, 264-66; and Sullivan opinion,

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