Judging Free Speech, 1st ed. 2015
First Amendment Jurisprudence of US Supreme Court Justices

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288 p. · 14x21.6 cm · Hardback
Judging Free Speech contains nine original essays by political scientists and law professors, each providing a comprehensive, yet concise and accessible overview of the free speech jurisprudence of a United States Supreme Court Justice.
Introduction: Oh What A Tangled Web We Weave (Helen J. Knowles And Steven B. Lichtman) 1. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. And The 'Marketplace Of Ideas': Experience Proves To Be The 'Life Of The Law' (Frederick Lewis) 2. George Sutherland And The Business Of Expression (Samuel R. Olken) 3. Absolutism And Democracy: Hugo L. Black's Free Speech Jurisprudence (Michael Paris And Kevin J. Mcmahon) 4. 'Another's Lyric': John Marshall Harlan II, Judicial Conservatism, And Free Speech (Douglas E. Edlin) 5. Justice Civility: William J. Brennan Jr.'S Free Speech Jurisprudence (James C. Foster) 6. Potter Stewart Meets The Press (Keith J. Bybee) 7. Anthony M. Kennedy: 'Speech Is The Beginning Of Thought' (Helen J. Knowles) 8. Black Like Me: The Free Speech Jurisprudence Of Clarence Thomas (Steven B. Lichtman) 9. Stephen Breyer And The First Amendment As Legal Doctrine (Mark Tushnet) Conclusion: It's Complicated . . . (Helen J. Knowles And Steven B. Lichtman)
Keith J. Bybee, Syracuse University, USA Douglas E. Edlin, Dickinson College, USA James C. Foster, Oregon State University, USA Frederick P. Lewis, University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA Kevin J. McMahon, Trinity College - Connecticut, USA Samuel R. Olken, The John Marshall Law School, USA Michael Paris, College of Staten Island, City University of New York, USA Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School, USA

Focuses on the overview and development of the Free speech jurisprudence.

Fills an important void in the literature that is currently dominated by casebooks and works telling the stories of specific free speech decisions

Ideal for instructors seeking alternatives or supplements to textbooks