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The First Amendment : cases, materials and problems, Russell L. Weaver, Arthur D. Hellman

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The First Amendment : cases, materials and problems
Title
The First Amendment
Title remainder
cases, materials and problems
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Russell L. Weaver, Arthur D. Hellman
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eng
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1952-
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Weaver, Russell L.
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index present
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non fiction
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1942-
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Hellman, Arthur D.
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  • United States.
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of religion
  • Freedom of the press
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The First Amendment : cases, materials and problems, Russell L. Weaver, Arthur D. Hellman
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Copyright
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 teacher's manual
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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text
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: PART I - FREEDOM OF SPEECH -- Chapter 1 -- HISTORICAL INTENTIONS AND UNDERLYING VALUES3 -- A. Framers' Intent3 -- B. Underlying Values8 -- Chapter 2 -- THE PROBLEM OF SUBVERSIVE ADVOCACY23 -- A. First Encounters23 -- B. The Abrams Case and the Holmes Dissent32 -- C. Learned Hand and the Masses Case36 -- D. Gitlow, Whitney, and the Cases of the Thirties41 -- E. The Smith Act Prosecutions55 -- F. Brandenburg v. Ohio and its Implications73 -- G. A Last Word from Justice Holmes86 -- Chapter 3 -- CONTENT REGULATION: THE CHAPLINSKY EXCLUSIONS89 -- A. "Fighting Words"89 -- B. Defamation106 -- [1] The Constitutionalization of Defamation106 -- [2] "Public Figures" and "Private Plaintiffs"120 -- [3] Application of the "Actual Malice" Standard132 -- [4] Fact v. Opinion139 -- C. Emotional Distress142 -- D. Invasion of Privacy146 -- E. "The Lewd and Obscene"159 -- Chapter 4 -- CONTENT REGULATION: OTHER CANDIDATES FOR -- CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION OR LIMITED PROTECTION195 -- A. "Offensive" Speech195 -- B. Child Pornography203 -- C. Pornography as Discrimination Against Women218 -- D. Commercial Speech229 -- Chapter 5 -- TRANS-SUBSTANTIVE DOCTRINES271 -- A. Overbreadth and Vagueness271 -- B. Prior Restraints278 -- [1] Licensing279 -- [2] Injunctions295 -- Chapter 6 -- REGULATING THE "TIME, PLACE, AND MANNER" -- OF PROTECTED SPEECH321 -- A. Early Development of the Doctrine321 -- B. Recent Applications333 -- Chapter 7 -- "CONTENT NEUTRALITY": THE PRINCIPLE -- AND ITS PROGENY367 -- A. The Principle367 -- B. 0'Brien and the Two-Track Analysis375 -- C. "Secondary Effects" as a Basis for Regulation396 -- Chapter 8 -- SPEECH ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY AND -- THE PUBLIC FORUM DOCTRINE421 -- A. Foundations of the Doctrine421 -- B. Mass Demonstrations and the Problem of the "Hostile Audience"435 -- C. Access to Nontraditional Forums and Facilities449 -- D. Speech on Private Property489 -- Chapter 9 -- TESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF DOCTRINE495 -- A. Religious Speech495 -- B. "Hate" Speech506 -- C. Campaign Finance Laws531 -- Chapter 10 -- TECHNOLOGY AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT563 -- A. Broadcast Technology563 -- B. Advancing Technology579 -- Chapter 11 -- FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND COMPELLED EXPRESSION 609 -- A. The Right to Associate609 -- B. The Right "Not to Speak"625 -- Chapter 12 -- BEYOND REGULATION: THE GOVERNMENT -- AS EMPLOYER, EDUCATOR, AND SOURCE OF FUNDS637 -- A. First Amendment Rights of Public Employees637 -- [1] Prohibiting Electioneering637 -- [2] Other Employee Speech642 -- [3] Associational Rights657 -- B. The First Amendment in the Public Schools664 -- C. Paying the Piper -and Calling the Tune?680 -- PART II- THE PRESS -- Chapter 13 -- THE PRESS711 -- A. Does the Constitution Grant the Press a Privileged Position?711 -- B. Does the Press Have Special Immunities?714 -- C. Access to Judicial Proceedings726 -- D. Access to Prisons738 -- E. The Press and Due Process747 -- F. Prior Restraints755 -- PART III - THE RELIGION CLAUSES -- Chapter 14 -- OVERVIEW OF THE RELIGION CLAUSES765 -- A. Historical Underpinnings765 -- B. Attempts to Define Religion777 -- Chapter 15 -- THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE787 -- A. Financial Aid to Religion787 -- [1] Early C ases787 -- [2] The Lemon Test and Doctrinal Turmoil792 -- [3] Agostini v. Felton799 -- [4] School Vouchers809 -- B. School Prayer814 -- C. Curricular Issues830 -- D. Official Acknowledgment841 -- E. Establishment-Free Exercise and Free Speech Tension855 -- Chapter 16 -- FREE EXERCISE871 -- A. Burdens on Religion871 -- [1] Early Cases871 -- [2] From Sherbert to Smith872 -- [3] Moder Cases884 -- B. Discrimination Against Religion901 -- Appendix A The Constitution of the United States (Excerpts)App. A-I -- Appendix B Justices of the United States Supreme Court, -- 1946-2000 TermsApp. B-
Dimensions
26 cm +
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Isbn
9780820548500
Lccn
2002281752
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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744 broad st., newark, nj 07102
System control number
(OCoLC)50091727
Label
The First Amendment : cases, materials and problems, Russell L. Weaver, Arthur D. Hellman
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 teacher's manual
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: PART I - FREEDOM OF SPEECH -- Chapter 1 -- HISTORICAL INTENTIONS AND UNDERLYING VALUES3 -- A. Framers' Intent3 -- B. Underlying Values8 -- Chapter 2 -- THE PROBLEM OF SUBVERSIVE ADVOCACY23 -- A. First Encounters23 -- B. The Abrams Case and the Holmes Dissent32 -- C. Learned Hand and the Masses Case36 -- D. Gitlow, Whitney, and the Cases of the Thirties41 -- E. The Smith Act Prosecutions55 -- F. Brandenburg v. Ohio and its Implications73 -- G. A Last Word from Justice Holmes86 -- Chapter 3 -- CONTENT REGULATION: THE CHAPLINSKY EXCLUSIONS89 -- A. "Fighting Words"89 -- B. Defamation106 -- [1] The Constitutionalization of Defamation106 -- [2] "Public Figures" and "Private Plaintiffs"120 -- [3] Application of the "Actual Malice" Standard132 -- [4] Fact v. Opinion139 -- C. Emotional Distress142 -- D. Invasion of Privacy146 -- E. "The Lewd and Obscene"159 -- Chapter 4 -- CONTENT REGULATION: OTHER CANDIDATES FOR -- CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION OR LIMITED PROTECTION195 -- A. "Offensive" Speech195 -- B. Child Pornography203 -- C. Pornography as Discrimination Against Women218 -- D. Commercial Speech229 -- Chapter 5 -- TRANS-SUBSTANTIVE DOCTRINES271 -- A. Overbreadth and Vagueness271 -- B. Prior Restraints278 -- [1] Licensing279 -- [2] Injunctions295 -- Chapter 6 -- REGULATING THE "TIME, PLACE, AND MANNER" -- OF PROTECTED SPEECH321 -- A. Early Development of the Doctrine321 -- B. Recent Applications333 -- Chapter 7 -- "CONTENT NEUTRALITY": THE PRINCIPLE -- AND ITS PROGENY367 -- A. The Principle367 -- B. 0'Brien and the Two-Track Analysis375 -- C. "Secondary Effects" as a Basis for Regulation396 -- Chapter 8 -- SPEECH ON GOVERNMENT PROPERTY AND -- THE PUBLIC FORUM DOCTRINE421 -- A. Foundations of the Doctrine421 -- B. Mass Demonstrations and the Problem of the "Hostile Audience"435 -- C. Access to Nontraditional Forums and Facilities449 -- D. Speech on Private Property489 -- Chapter 9 -- TESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF DOCTRINE495 -- A. Religious Speech495 -- B. "Hate" Speech506 -- C. Campaign Finance Laws531 -- Chapter 10 -- TECHNOLOGY AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT563 -- A. Broadcast Technology563 -- B. Advancing Technology579 -- Chapter 11 -- FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION AND COMPELLED EXPRESSION 609 -- A. The Right to Associate609 -- B. The Right "Not to Speak"625 -- Chapter 12 -- BEYOND REGULATION: THE GOVERNMENT -- AS EMPLOYER, EDUCATOR, AND SOURCE OF FUNDS637 -- A. First Amendment Rights of Public Employees637 -- [1] Prohibiting Electioneering637 -- [2] Other Employee Speech642 -- [3] Associational Rights657 -- B. The First Amendment in the Public Schools664 -- C. Paying the Piper -and Calling the Tune?680 -- PART II- THE PRESS -- Chapter 13 -- THE PRESS711 -- A. Does the Constitution Grant the Press a Privileged Position?711 -- B. Does the Press Have Special Immunities?714 -- C. Access to Judicial Proceedings726 -- D. Access to Prisons738 -- E. The Press and Due Process747 -- F. Prior Restraints755 -- PART III - THE RELIGION CLAUSES -- Chapter 14 -- OVERVIEW OF THE RELIGION CLAUSES765 -- A. Historical Underpinnings765 -- B. Attempts to Define Religion777 -- Chapter 15 -- THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE787 -- A. Financial Aid to Religion787 -- [1] Early C ases787 -- [2] The Lemon Test and Doctrinal Turmoil792 -- [3] Agostini v. Felton799 -- [4] School Vouchers809 -- B. School Prayer814 -- C. Curricular Issues830 -- D. Official Acknowledgment841 -- E. Establishment-Free Exercise and Free Speech Tension855 -- Chapter 16 -- FREE EXERCISE871 -- A. Burdens on Religion871 -- [1] Early Cases871 -- [2] From Sherbert to Smith872 -- [3] Moder Cases884 -- B. Discrimination Against Religion901 -- Appendix A The Constitution of the United States (Excerpts)App. A-I -- Appendix B Justices of the United States Supreme Court, -- 1946-2000 TermsApp. B-
Dimensions
26 cm +
Extent
1 volume (various pagings)
Isbn
9780820548500
Lccn
2002281752
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
744 broad st., newark, nj 07102
System control number
(OCoLC)50091727

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